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The Statue Of The Unidentified Philosopher
Sculpture - Photography
The seated statues of Aprodisias represent philosophers and poets and are unique to the City. A statue of a seated male representing a philosopher who cannot be positively identified due to the statue’s lack of head. The statue originated in the Bouleuterions stage building.
May 11th, 2013
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