Stele des Polybios.jpg

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Nederlands: Polybios
English: The relief stele of Kleitor supposedely depicting the Achaean statesman and historian Polybius, 2nd century BC, Hellenistic Greek artwork from the Peloponnese. Dimensions are as follows: height of the stele, 2.18 m (7.2 ft); width of the stele, 1.11 m (3.6 ft); height of the carved figure of Polybios, 1.96 m (6.4 ft).

The information above was taken from pages 281-282 of John Ma's Statues and Cities: Honorific Portraits and Civic Identity in the Hellenistic World (2013, Oxford University Press).

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Author Jona Lendering, Livius Onderwijs
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