Apoxyomenos

Apoxyomenos

The characteristic ancient Greek statue was found on the bottom of the Adriatic Sea.

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Apoxyomenos, Lysippos, bức tượng, điêu khắc, lực sĩ, điêu khắc chân dung, khảo cổ học, vật phẩm, Croatia, Bảo tàng Mimara, Biển Adriatic, Hy Lạp cổ đại, lịch sử nghệ thuật, nghệ thuật tạo hình, cổ xưa, dưới nước, nghệ thuật, lịch sử

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