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1839-1204, LYCURGUS, KING OF THRACE, BOUND TO A TREE AS A PUNISHMENT FOR HIS OPPOSITION TO BACCHUS, IS BEING DESTROYED BY TWO WILD HORSES, ONE OF WHOM IS BITING HIS THIGH, WHILE THE OTHER IS TEARING HIS SIDE

  • Reference Number: 1839-1204
  • Description: LYCURGUS, KING OF THRACE, BOUND TO A TREE AS A PUNISHMENT FOR HIS OPPOSITION TO BACCHUS, IS BEING DESTROYED BY TWO WILD HORSES, ONE OF WHOM IS BITING HIS THIGH, WHILE THE OTHER IS TEARING HIS SIDE
  • Inscription Greek: ΑΠΟΛΛΟΝΙΔΟΥ
  • Signature: Apollonides
  • Current Collection: Unknown
  • Previous Collections:
    • Catalogue des pierres graves antiques de S.A. le Prince Stanislas Poniatowski ([1830?]-1833): IV.244
    • Christie's, London: 1839-1204
    • Northwick, Worcestershire
    • Mr. Phillips, Auction Offices, 73 New Bond Street, London: 4 August 1859, lot 714
  • Material: Cornelian

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