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|Title||French: Athéna à la ciste|
English: Helmeted Athena holding the snake Erichthonios in a cista (basket), detail. Roman copy of the Imperial period after a Greek original, perhaps the statue of Athena Hephaestia by Alcamenes.
Français : Athéna casquée tenant une ciste (corbeille) avec le serpent Érichthonios. Copie romaine de l'époque impériale d'après un original grec, peut-être la statue d'Athéna Héphaïstia par Alcamène.
|Date||Roman Empire: 1st century AD-2nd century AD|
|Dimensions||Height: 140 cm (55.1 in).|
This work is part of the collections of the Louvre (Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities).
|Accession number||Ma : 847 ( MNB 2031 )|
|Credit line||1880: purchased
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