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Title Untitled
Date from 570 until 560 BC
Medium sculpture in the round / Greek insular marble
Dimensions Height: 222 cm (87.4 in). Width: 135 cm (53.1 in).
Archaeological Museum of Delphi
Accession number 380, 1050
Object history between 1861 and 1893: excavated. Place: Delphi.
  • Perseus Project. Delphi, Naxian Sphinx (Sculpture). Retrieved on 10 luglio 2012.
  • Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The Naxian Sphinx. Retrieved on 10 luglio 2012.
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