Marble statue of Athena Parthenos 

This statue was made for Athena as the Virgin Goddess. The stone is from Mount Pentelikon near Athens. She is wearing an elaborate headdress, appropriate for a goddess. 

It is 1m54cm high and weighs 232.7kg (60 5/8 inch, 513 lbs) 

Roman, 2nd or 3rd century AD 

Source: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 

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