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Discobolos Sculpture
c. 450 BCE, by Myron, in the Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome
If one searched for classic and Greek, he'd be hard pressed to find a more perfect example than this foot-and-a-half tall discus thrower. Revered for its unflawed symmetry, this ancient replica, cast in designer resin and finished to resemble antique stone, boasts vigorous movement in a perfect male form. Flexed muscles and concentrated expression create the impression of a tightly stretched bow the moment before release.

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Nice, but has some flaws I love this statue, but after closer looking at it, I noticed some minor flaws. There are divits in the leg. They appear to be from the mold it was poured into and not damage in shipping. I didn't notice this in time to get a replacement. May 31, 2013
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