|Collection:||Cambridge, Harvard University Art Museums|
|Summary:||Torso and head of Meleager|
|Sculpture Type:||Free-standing statue|
|Original or Copy:||Copy variant|
|Date:||ca. 100 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 1.17 to 1.23 m|
Condition Description: The head has been rejoined to the torso, which retains shoulders and upper thighs, as well as part of a strut on the left hip. The nose is broken off at the end, as are the genitals, and some losses and scratches on the chest are evident.
Material Description: 'Parian' (according to museum)
Collection History: Bequest of Mrs. K.G.T. Webster
Harvard University Art Museums. A Guide to the Collections (New York 1985) 107, no. 119
Other Bibliography: S. Lattimore, "Meleager: New Replicas, Old Problems,"
OpRom 9 (1973) 157-66; G.M.A. Hanfmann and J.G. Pedley, "The Statue of Meleager," AntPl 3 (1964) 61-65