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Bacchus

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unknown Imperial Roman artist, Bacchus, late 1st/2nd century CE, bronze and marble, Gift of Mr. C. Ruxton Love, no known copyright restrictions, 52.179

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Title

Bacchus

Artist

unknown Imperial Roman artist (Roman)

Date

late 1st/2nd century CE

Medium

bronze and marble

Dimensions (H x W x D)

23 3/8 in x 11 in x 4 in

Collection Area

Ancient Art

Category

Ancient Greek and Roman

Sculpture

Object Type

sculpture

figurine

Culture

Imperial Roman

Credit Line

Gift of Mr. C. Ruxton Love

Accession Number

52.179

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

Terms

Bacchus

bronze

figurines

marble

nudes

sculpture

Location

Belluschi Building

Ayer Wing

2nd Floor

Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery

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