Antinous as a Priest of the Imperial Cult Discovered by Joseph Vattier de Bourville in Cyrena, Libya, 1849. Marble. Height 2.12 m/ 6.96 ft. Photo © RMN-Grand Palais, Louvre Museum, Paris / Hervé Lewandowski. Image source: X
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