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Casts showing apollo

Cast No. C017
C017
Head of Apollo.
For other versions of the same original see C016 and C018.
Cast No. F102
F102
Bronze Apollo.
Cast No. A013
A013
Council of the gods during the Trojan War. From left to right: Ares, Aphrodite or Eos (?), Artemis, Apollo, Zeus, Athena, Hera, Demeter or Thetis.
Cast No. D113
D113
Archaistic altar with figures of twelve gods - Zeus, Hera, Athena, Herakles, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Hephaistos, Poseidon, Hermes, Hestia.
Cast No. B034
B034
Nike. The inscription on the base reads:
Farshooter (Apollo, receive this) fine figure (....., worked by) the skills of Archermos, from the Chian Mikkiades, ...the paternal city of Melas.
Cast No. B035
B035
Kore.
The inscription on the left side of her skirt reads:
Nikandre dedicated me to the far-shooter of arrows, the excellent daughter of Deinodikes of Naxos, sister of Deinomenes, wife of Phraxos n[ow?]
Nikandre was almost certainly a priestess. Far-shooter of arrows refers to the god Apollo.
One of her hands survives (not shown in the cast) and is pierced by a drill hole, perhaps to hold the lead for a lion.
Cast No. B017
B017
Youth.
Cast No. A108
A108
The battle between Greeks and Amazons.
Cast No. C122
C122
Apollo, once holding a bow in his left hand.
Cast No. B052
B052
Head of a woman, from a statue.
Cast No. F103
F103
Statuette of Apollo.
Cast No. A017
A017
Athena wearing an aigis decorated with a large head of Gorgo.
Cast No. B138
B138
Portrait head of Hellenistic Prince.
Cast No. D047
D047
Apollo sits on his tripod at the left, other deities (unidentified) stand. The small figure of a woman with a child is Xenokrateia, the dedicator of the relief. In front of her is the river-god Kephisos, to whom she presents her son. The bull with man's head, at the far right, is the river-god Acheloos.
Cast No. F094
F094
Statuette of Apollo stringing his bow.
Cast No. C013
C013
Apollo.
Cast No. C112
C112
Apollo leaning agaist a tree-trunk with a lizard running up it. He held an arrow in his right hand and perhaps a cord tethering the lizard in his left.
For another version of the same original see C111.
Cast No. B098
B098
Head of Apollo.
Cast No. B009
B009
Head of youth.
Cast No. C020
C020
Apollo, probably once holding a laurel branch and bow.
Cast No. B101b
B101b
Head of an athlete (or possibly Herakles).
Cast No. F028
F028
Statuette of youth.
Cast No. A012
A012
Apollo, supported by Artemis, resists Herakles' attempt to seize the Delphic tripod from him. Zeus stands at the centre restraining them.
Cast No. A086i
A086i
Poseidon, Apollo, Artemis.
Cast No. D095
D095
At the top Zeus and, below on two levels, Mnemosyne with the nine Muses, and Apollo, to the left under the archway. At the bottom, Homer receives a sacrifice from a group of literary personifications: Myth, History, Poetry, Tragedy, Comedy. At the middle right, a statue of a victorious poet.
Cast No. B024
B024
Kouros.
Cast No. C018
C018
Head of Apollo.
For other versions of the same original see C016 and C017.
Cast No. D084
D084
Apollo with cithara, and Artemis, with two other deities. The small figure at the right is the dedicator of the relief.
Cast No. C016
C016
Apollo, once with a bow in his left hand and a laurel branch in his right.
For other versions of the same original see C017 and C018.
Cast No. F097
F097
Statuette of Apollo.
Cast No. A018
A018
Theseus carries off Antiope, the Amazon Queen.
Cast No. A106
A106
Greeks and Amazons fighting.
Cast No. D092
D092
The satyr Marsyas plays the pipes for Apollo, whom he had challenged to a musical contest. Between them stands a Scythian who will flay Marsyas when he is (inevitably) defeated, for daring to challenge a god.
Cast No. B070
B070
Charioteer wearing a chiton with shoulder bands to stop the dress billowing.
The right hand held the reins, parts of which survive. Parts of the chariot, horses legs and tail have also been found.
He was dedicated for a victory either in 478 or 474 BC. The inscription on the base reads:
Polyzalos, victorious with his horses (chariot) dedicated me/son of Deinomenes, whom make prosper, honoured Apollo.
The first line once read Polyzalos, lord of Gela dedicated (this) memorial.... ; which was erased, presumably because of his claim to Gela and embarrassment over his tyranny.
Cast No. A059
A059
Apollo observes the battle between Lapiths and Centaurs at the wedding of Peirithoos. His head is turned to the right and his gaze follws his outstretched right arm. A bow was added separately in his left hand.
Cast No. B083
B083
Sphinx.
Cast No. B072b
B072b
Head of Apollo.
Cast No. B032
B032
Seated figure.
Cast No. C111
C111
Apollo leaning agaist a tree-trunk with a lizard running up it. He held an arrow in his right hand and perhaps a cord tethering the lizard in his left.
Cast No. A107
A107
The battle between Greeks and Amazons, with Herakles attacking the Amazon Queen.
Cast No. A014
A014
The battle between gods and Giants. Apollo and his sister Artemis stride forward with their bows. On the left a lion draws the chariot of Themis (not shown here).
B094
Bronze snake's head.
Cast No. F033
F033
Youth dedicated to Apollo by Deinagores.
Cast No. B185
B185
Apollo, probably once holding a lyre.
Cast No. C012
C012
Head of Apollo.
Cast No. B007
B007
Kouros.

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