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S29.2 NIKE "VICTORY OF SAMOTHRACE"

Museum Collection: Musée du Louvre, Paris, France
Archive Number: Louvre Ma 2369
Title: "Nike of Samothrace"
Class: Free-standing statue 
Material: Marble
Height: 2.73 metres (colossus)
Context: Discovered in Samothrace, Greece
Original / Copy: Greek original by sculptor of Rhodes derived from C4th BC type
Style: Hellenistic
Date: 220 - 190 BC
Period: Hellenistic

SUMMARY

Nike, the winged goddess of victory striding forward.

ARTICLES

Nike

 
 
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