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Reference in Boardman "The diffusion of Classical art in Antiquity", p149, low-resolution, for reference only. Fair use.

Probable depiction of Greek soldier, found in a burial north of the Tian Shan mountains. 4th-3rd century BCE. Bronze, 42cm high, 4 kilograms. Documented in "Cambridge Ancient History" IV. Also in Boardman "The diffusion of Classical Art in Antiquity", with photograph: "A bronze figurine of a kneeling warrior, not Greek work, but wearing a version of the Greek Phrygian helmet.. From a burial, said to be of the 4th century BC, just north of the Tien Shan range". Ürümqi Xinjiang Museum.

Personal drawing, 2005. Released under GFDL.


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