Marble grave stele of an old man 
life-size marble statues were popular on Athenian cemeteries from the fifth to late fourth century BC. This old man is most likely not the person who was buried at the grave site, the old man is looking down at him (or her). The realistic style in which the made was done is typical for the fourth century BC. 
Greek, Classical Period, late fourth century BC. 
Source: Worcester Art Museum 

Marble grave stele of an old man 

life-size marble statues were popular on Athenian cemeteries from the fifth to late fourth century BC. This old man is most likely not the person who was buried at the grave site, the old man is looking down at him (or her). The realistic style in which the made was done is typical for the fourth century BC. 

Greek, Classical Period, late fourth century BC. 

Source: Worcester Art Museum 

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