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ancientrome: Relief with a dancing maenad, ca. 27 B.C.–14...

ancientrome: Relief with a dancing maenad, ca. 27 B.C.–14 A.D.; Augustan. Roman copy of a Greek relief attributed to Kallimachos, ca. 425–400 B.C. Pentelic marble. Metropolitan Museum of Art (Source)
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