ARES
ARES

Ares was the god of war and of meaningless destruction.
In Ilias, V, 31 –34, with these appropriate words Athena addresses him:
.... blue-eyed Athena spoke words to violent Ares, taking his hand: “Ares, deadly Ares, you ferocious, blood-thirsty destroyer of walls…

Reproduction in bas-relief of a statue of Mars, god of the war, sculpted for the Villa Adriana at Tivoli, copy of a lost masterpiece in the “severe style” (first half of the fifth century b. C.).
Tivoli, Antiquarium of the Villa, 120 – 138 a. D.

Terracotta sizes
: cm 43,5 (h) x 25,5 (w)/ 17,1 (h) x 10 (w) inches
€ 96,00
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ARES (Painted terracotta)
ARES (Painted terracotta)

Terracotta sizes
: cm 43,5 (h) x 25,5 (w)/ 17,1 (h) x 10 (w) inches
€ 149,00
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