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  Fig 1.jpg - Figure 1. The young aristocrat tyrannicides Harmodius (right) and Aristogeiton; a Roman copy of the statue by Critius and Nesiotes, originally set up on the main square of Athens in 477–476 BCE. It was inspired by the original executed by the Athenian sculptor Antenor  
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Figure 1. The young aristocrat tyrannicides Harmodius (right) and Aristogeiton; a Roman copy of the statue by Critius and Nesiotes, originally set up on the main square of Athens in 477–476 BCE. It was inspired by the original executed by the Athenian sculptor Antenor Download Original Image
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