Delphi's charioteer is a Greek bronze statue and one of the most beautiful and famous examples of Greek classical art.
The statue can be seen at the Archaeological Museum in Delphi.
The statue was found near the ruins of the ancient Greek city of Delphi near the temple of Apollo in 1860.
The charioteer was a gift to the god Apollo as a thank you for victory at a chariot race at the Pythic Games in 478 BC. The charioteer is a bronze statue of 1.80m tall with eyes made of onyx, copper eyelashes and lips and a silver victory band. The statue exudes ceremony, life force and pride. Botsas has made this beautiful replica of his head and signed on the back and a seal was placed on the foot.
- busto firmado del auriga de Delfos (Iniohos)
- cerámica patinada de bronce
- Nick Botsas
- Modelo / Nombre
- Griekse museum replica
- Periodo estimado
- País de origen
- Excelente estado - apenas usado y con signos mínimos de los años y de desgaste
- 23×13×9 cm
- 1100 g