|Title:||Apollo||Start date:||100||End date:||199||Historical Period:||Imperial/Late Roman||Description:||
Statue of Apollo sitting with the cithara. The sculpture is made of two different kinds of marble. The statue belonged to the Sassi family and then passed in 1546 to the Farnese family, and later to the Bourbons, by inheritance, through Charles III, arrived in Naples in 1799 when most of the Farnese collection had already been transferred her
|Place:||Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli, Italy||Languages:||No linguistic content; Not applicable||Medium:||marble (rock)||Project:||BYZART Project||Fond:||UNIBO Europeana Archaeology||Physical type:||sculpture (visual works)||Material and technique:||sculpting||Data provider:||University of Bologna||License:|
|Appears in Collections:||BYZART|
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