Perseus with the Head of Medusa Heavy Bronze Statuette Greek Art Antiquity Museum Reproduction SB0006
Perseus with the Head of Medusa depicts the mythological story of Perseus beheading Medusa, a hideous woman-faced Gorgon whose hair had been turned to snakes; anyone who looked at her was turned to stone. Perseus stands naked except for a sash and winged sandals, triumphant on top of the body of Medusa with her head, crowned with writhing snakes, in his raised hand.
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