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Pasiteles and Arkesilaos, the Venus Genetrix and the Venus of the Esquiline

Charles Waldstein
The American Journal of Archaeology and of the History of the Fine Arts
Vol. 3, No. 1/2 (Jun., 1887), pp. 1-13
DOI: 10.2307/496373
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/496373
Page Count: 14
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    N. H. xxxIv, 51, 52: (01. cxxi) Cessavit deinde ars ac rursus Olympiade CLVlrevixit, cumfuere longe quidem infra praedictos, probati tamen Antaeus, Callistratus, Polycles Athe- naeus, Callixenus, Pythocles, Pytheas, Timocles.
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    Ber. d. kgl. sächs. Ges. d. Wissensch. z. Leipzig, 1850, pp. 108 seq.
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    Ersch & Gruber Encyl. Gr. Kunstgesch. LxxxII, 384.
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    KEKULÉ, Die Gruppe des Künstlers Menelaos: Leipzig, 1870.
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    PLINY, N. H. XXXV. 156: Ab hocfactam Venerem Genetricem inforo Caesaris, et prius- quam absolveretur, festinatione dedicandipositam; eidem a Lucullo HS. 7-signum Felicitalis locatum, cui mors utriusque inviderit.
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    Museo Pio Clementino, IlI, p. 44.
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    Statue di Venezia, tom. II, pl. xv.
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    Aphrodite: Leipzig, 1873, cap. VI.
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    Bullettino d. Commiss. Archeol. M unicipale di Roma, 1875, pp. 16 seq.
  • 10
    Gazette Archéologique, pls. 23, 24, 1877, p. 138.