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2nd quarter 6th Century BC
Overall: 62.5 cm (24 5/8 in.)
Gift of the Hanna Fund 1953.125
Statues of kouroi (Greek for "youths") were made for little over a century, commencing shortly before 600 BC and ceasing soon after 500 BC, when Greek sculptors turned to other compositions. The type probably originated under Egyptian influence, but the development, which shows great variation, was entirely Greek. Many of these kouroi, including this example, are great works of art, the back of the present sculpture being particularly fine.
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