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Sculpture of Ancient Greek Boxer Still Haunts Viewers Today

The beloved ancient Greek sculpture called "The Boxer at Rest," from 330-50 BC, is one of the most realistic of all ancient Greek sculptures.

The Lion of Kea: An Intriguing Enigma of Ancient Greece

The Lion of Kea, an Archaic-era sculpture seemingly growing out of the bedrock on the island of Kea in the Cyclades, poses one of the most puzzling mysteries from that era of ancient Greece. Who sculpted it, just there, outside...

What Happened to the Venus de Milo’s Arms?

The Venus de Milo, also known as the Aphrodite of Milos, is one of the most famous sculptures to have ever come out of ancient Greece. It is immediately recognizable by its missing arms -- one of the greatest...

Greek Islanders Battled French, Ottomans Over Venus de Milo Statue

The Aphrodite of Milo, better known as Venus de Milo, is one of the most representative statues of the Hellenistic period of Greek sculpture.

Sculpture of Ancient Greek Boxer Still Haunts Viewers Today

The beloved ancient Greek sculpture called "The Boxer at Rest," from 330-50 BC, is one of the most realistic of all ancient Greek sculptures.