herma (Q376693)

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sculpture with a head and often a torso above a plain lower section, often with male genitals at the appropriate height; originated in Ancient Greece, adopted by the Romans, and revived in the Renaissance
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herma
sculpture with a head and often a torso above a plain lower section, often with male genitals at the appropriate height; originated in Ancient Greece, adopted by the Romans, and revived in the Renaissance
  • herm
  • hermae

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herm of Demosthenes from the Athenian Agora, work by Polyeuktos, c. 280 BC, Glyptothek (English)
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HermHerakles 2.jpg
2,554 × 4,465; 11.88 MB
herm with the head of Herakles. Museum of Ancient Messene, Greece (English)
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Philosopher2.JPG
569 × 882; 1,002 KB
A hermaic sculpture of an old man, probably a philosopher. Ai Khanoum, Afghanistan, 2nd century BC (English)
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0007MAN-Herma.jpg
329 × 800; 201 KB
Archaic Greek herm, presumably of Hermes (English)
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Small terracotta herm of Hermes. Istanbul Archaeological Museum. (English)
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Hermy na kamienicy w Iławie.jpg
1,200 × 1,600; 604 KB
Art Nouveau or Neo-Baroque herms in Poland (English)
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Anvers Maison Rubens.JPG
2,564 × 1,944; 3.81 MB
male and female Baroque herms at the Rubenshuis (English)
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