Gallo-Roman Bronze Head of Ares, God of War

(France, 1st - 10th Century)

Gallo-Roman Bronze Head of Ares, God of War
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Gallo-Roman Bronze Head of Ares, God of War

List Price $6,500

Gallo-Roman Bronze Head of Ares, God of War, ca. 2nd Century CE. Wearing a Corinthian helmet with parted curly hair, wide eyes, and pursed lips. Bronze Head is 3" high and in excellent condition, on custom marble stand head is 5" high. Ex: Baudoin & Feuardent, Hotel Drouot, Paris, June 7th, 1922, no. 91. illustration.

WIDTH: 2 in | HEIGHT: 3 in | DEPTH: 3 in

Origin France
Category Antiquities
Circa2nd Century
Style Unspecified

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"According to the Ancient History Encyclopedia, the ancient Greek god of war Ares (Roman name: Mars) was perhaps the most unpopular of all the Olympian gods because of his quick temper, aggressiveness, and unquenchable thirst for conflict. Described by Hesiod as ‘shield-piercing Ares’ and ‘city-sacking Ares’, the god represented the more brutal and bloody side of battle - in contrast to Athena, who represented the more strategic elements of warfare. In mythology, Ares was usually to be found in the company of his children with Aphrodite, Phobos (Fear) and Deimos (Terror), with his sister Eris (Strife), and with his charioteer Ennyo. Son of Zeus and Hera, Ares’ sisters were Hebe and Eileithyia. "