Aegina

Aegina, c.500–480 BC, marble sculptures from the temple of Aphaia discovered in 1811 and erroneously restored by Thorvaldsen . They originally decorated the pediments of the temple and represent scenes from the Trojan War. They are now in the Glyptothek at Munich.

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