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Description Statue of Pallas. Photo-engraving from the original marble statue in the Vatican at Rome. This statue is known as Pallas Giustiniani. It was found in the temple of Minerva Medica on the Esquiline Hill, and is supposed to be a copy of a statue by Pheidias. It is admirably preserved, and is sculpted in the finest Parian marble. Vatican, Museums.
Date 1899
Source photo-engraving from 1899 book. Taken from en:Image:PallasGiustiniani.jpg; found, scanned, and uploaded to en:Wikipedia by Infrogmation 01:17, 1 May 2004.
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