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English: Hagesandros, Athenedoros, and Polydoros
Français : Agésandros, Athanadoros et Polydore
Deutsch: Hagesandros, Athanadoros, und Polydoros
English: Laocoön and his sons, also known as the Laocoön Group. Marble, copy after an Hellenistic original from ca. 200 BC. Found in the Baths of Trajan, 1506.
Français : Laocoon et ses fils, également connu comme le Groupe du Laocoon. Marbre, copie d'un original hellénistique de 200 av. J.-C. environ. Provenance : thermes de Trajan, en début d'année 1507.
Deutsch: Lakoon und seine Söhne, auch als Lakoon-Gruppe bekannt. Marmor, Nachbildung aus hellenistischem Original von 200 v.Chr., gefunden in den Trajan-Thermen in Rom im Jahr 1507.
Date Early First Century B.C.E.
Dimensions Height 8' (2.4 m.)
Museo Pio-Clementino, Octagon, Laocoön Hall
Accession number Inv.1059, Inv.1064 and Inv. 1067
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen (2009)


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