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Casts showing herakles
Herakles. He would have held a club in his right hand.
Archaistic altar with figures of twelve gods - Zeus, Hera, Athena, Herakles, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Hephaistos, Poseidon, Hermes, Hestia.
Head of Herakles.
Herakles fights Kyknos.
Theseus and Antiope.
Herakles finds Telephos being suckled by a hind.
Torso of Herakles.
Head of a youth wearing a lion-skin cap. Probably Telephos, a son of Herakles.
Atlas brings the apples of the Hesperides to Herakles who, with Athena, is supporting the heavens.
Head of an athlete (or possibly Herakles).
Herakles, holding a club in his left hand and a lion-skin in his right.
Herakles and Antiochos I of Kommagene.
Apollo, supported by Artemis, resists Herakles' attempt to seize the Delphic tripod from him. Zeus stands at the centre restraining them.
Herakles carries off two Kerkopes on a yoke over his shoulders.
Herakles kneeling to shoot with a bow. He wears a lion-head helmet and a skirted leather cuirass.
Clay lamp. Cast of the top only.
Showing Erotes playing with the club & skyphos of Herakles:
Herakles rests on the dead Nemean Lion, with Athena and Hermes (now missing) looking on.
Possibly the torso of Ajax, contemplating suicide. Herakles or Marsyas have also been suggested.
The battle between Greeks and Amazons, with Herakles attacking the Amazon Queen.
Herakles fights the Keryneian Stag.
Herakles cleans the Augean Stables under the direction of Athena.
A banquet, probably in honour of Herakles.
Herakles hands the dead Stymphalian birds to Athena.
Herakles, bearded, with right hand resting on his club. He carries a lion-skin over his left arm.
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