The Strangford Apollo is an Ancient Greek sculpture of a nude boy, with the arms and lower legs missing. It dates to around 490 BC, making it one of the latest examples of the kouros type of statue, and is made of Parian marble. The sculpture has been in British Museum's collection since 1864, when the museum acquired it from the collection of Percy Smythe, 8th Viscount Strangford.
|The Strangford Apollo|
|Dimensions||100 cm (39 in)|
|Location||British Museum, London|