Socrates, Antisthenes, Chrysippos,and Epikouros, busts of four Greek Philosophers at The British Museum

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Perikles (died 429BC) was famous for his public speaking, which enabled him to rule Athens at the height of her empire. With a military helmet pushed back on the head, Perikles is the model of a citizen soldier. This idealised image presents him as 'fair of face and sound of heart' (kalos kai agathos).<br/><br/>Roman 2nd Century AD copy of a lost Greek original of around 44-430BC.<br/><br/>More from the Fuji X100S www.flickr.com/photos/kendavies/sets/72157633171675942 More from the Fuji X100S www.flickr.com/photos/kendavies/sets/72157633171675942 Circa AD 125. Found at Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli
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Date2013-05-04 11:14:45
DescriptionMore from the Fuji X100S www.flickr.com/photos/kendavies/sets/72157633171675942
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