Recent studies relate this bust to the image of Demetrius I or Demetrius Poliorcetes (c. 337 B.C. 283 B.C.). The original work, in marble, was found in the Villa of the Papyri after the diggings of the archaeological site of Herculaneum (Italy). It belongs to the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (Italy). The horns are an allusion to Zeus Among. Nº Inv. 6149.
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|Título||Busto original Demetrio Poliorcetes (Villa de los Papiros de Herculano) 49x26x30cm 10 kg|
|More Information||Reproduction in plaster of the original bust.|
|Warning||The reproduction of this object has been made with traditional methods of casting. Being a completely handcrafted process the finish or the final appearance of the pieces may not be exactly the same as the one shown in the images.|