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Tortured Marsyas at The Louvre, Paris

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This marble sculpture is believed to have been made between the 1st and 2nd century AD, discovered around Banias in Syria. The statuette represents the satyr Marsyas being tortured. The original statue, known by many other replicas (also uploaded to Scan The World and MyMiniFactory), takes place in a group piece, now lost. Mounted by his side is the god Apollo assisting the torture with a slave holding a sytche who is cutting him. This group was created around 200 years BC.

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  • Publication date: 2018/09/21 at 15:34

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