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Antinous Farnese.

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The Antinous Farnese is a marble sculptural representation of Antinous that was sculpted between 130 and 137 CE.  Antinous was the lover to Roman Emperor Hadrian; the emperor who, after Antinous’s death, perpetuated the image of Antinous as a Roman god within the Roman empire.This sculpture is a part of the Roman Imperial style and was sculpted during a revival of Greek culture, initiated by Hadrian’s philhellenism. Its found spot and provenance are unknown, but this sculpture is currently a part of the Farnese Collection in the Naples National Archaeological Museum

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