Sing to me of the man, Muse, the man of twists and turns...
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Name: Head Odysseus MAR Sperlonga
Summary: Head of a companion of Odysseus, type of the Sperlonga Group
Description: English: Head of Odysseus from a sculptural group representing Odysseus blinding Polyphemus. Marble, Greek, probably 1st century AD. From the villa of Tiberius at Sperlonga. Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Sperlonga. See Sperlonga sculptures Français : Tête d'Ulysse issue d'un groupe de sculptures représentant le héros tuant le cyclope Polyphème. Marbre, œuvre grecque du Ie siècle AD. Provenance : villa de Tibère à Sperlonga. Conservé au Musée national archéologique de Sperlonga.
Source: own work, from the Iliade exhibition at the Colosseum, September 2006–February 2007
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