Greek Sculpture / Metope from the Temple of Jupiter at Olympia



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Herakles, aided by Athena, receives from Atlas the Golden Apples of the Hesperides; metope relief from the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
Original Caption
Greek Sculpture
Metope from the Temple of Jupiter at Olympia
Ancient Greece
Style Period
Greek, Early Classical
ca. 470-456 B.C.E.
14.55 x 15.55 cm.
Architecture, Sculpture, and the Industrial Arts Among the Nations of Antiquity / a series of illustrations arranged chronologically, and forming an atlas, to be used in connection with any work on the history of art. Authorized American edition, published under the supervision of S. R. Koehler. Boston: L. Prang and Company, 1879. Series I.
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Plate 24, figure 5
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Allan T. Kohl

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3438 x 3677
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