Zeus of Otricoli
The bust is presumed to be a Roman copy of a Hellenistic original. While some attributed the bust as a copy of the statue of Phidias at Olympia, numismatic reproductions of that famous statue would suggest otherwise. It appears to be more likely from subsequent centuries.
- De Montebello, Philippe; Howard, Kathleen (1983). The Metropolitan Museum of Art Guide. p. 177.
- Mach, Edmund von (1907). The Fine Arts: A University Course in Sculpture, Painting, Architecture and Decoration in Their History, Development and Principles. 1. National Art Society. p. 271.
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