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Torso of Hercules Sculpture

Sculptural reproduction of a fragment of a Hercules statue dating from the early 3rd century, attributed to the sculpter Glycon of Athens. It represents the Greek hero having just accomplished the 11th of the 12 Labors of Hercules: stealing golden apples from the Hesperides' garden after killing the dragon that gaurded them.

- Composite material with removable metal stand for display
- Item Dimensions: 22 ½ inches H x 11 ½ inches W x 6 inches D
- Item #: OD851

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