Votive bronze statue of Greek warrior
These statues were ofter offered in sanctuaries for good fortune in battle. This figure is a hoplite, or shield (now lost). His (facial) hair is typical of Spartan fashion. 
Greek, pre-archaic Period, late 6th century. 
Source: Worcester Art Museum 

Votive bronze statue of Greek warrior

These statues were ofter offered in sanctuaries for good fortune in battle. This figure is a hoplite, or shield (now lost). His (facial) hair is typical of Spartan fashion. 

Greek, pre-archaic Period, late 6th century. 

Source: Worcester Art Museum 

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