|Title:||Diadoumenos, Munich replica|
Baths of Diocletian, Rome
|Summary:||Youth tying a fillet around his head|
|Sculpture Type:||Free-standing statue|
|Original or Copy:||Copy|
|Date:||ca. 100 AD - ca. 150 AD|
H 1.14 m
Torso of a nude youth, leaning on his left leg, and raising at least his right arm above his head.
Vierneisel-Schlörb suggests that the copy may have dated to the Hadrianic period.
Missing head, both arms, left shoulder, both lower legs, and right knee. Breaks were smoothed for earlier restorations, which are now removed.
Material Description: Parian marble (Vierneisel-Schlörb
From the Villa Ridolfi (formerly Strozzi), by the Baths of Diocletian (where it may have originated). Acquired in 1812 in Rome.