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2nd century, male.

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Ancient Greek.

Diodotus was the brother of Menodotus, with whom he may have made a statue of Hercules still standing in Rome in the 16th century, and a statue of Mercury at Gaeta.


Carl D. Sheppard

Term applied to any object made by the Visigoths during their migrations across Europe from the 1st to the 8th century ad.

The Visigoths were a Germanic tribe first mentioned by Pliny the elder in the 1st century ad as living along the western shores of the Baltic Sea. They gradually moved south and east until the 4th century. Emperor Aurelian (...