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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1496860
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Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:533,012
Vertices:266,481
Textures:No
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:No
Unwrapped UVs:No
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diadoumenus policlitus sculptutre
The Diadumenos ('diadem-bearer'), together with the Doryphoros (spear bearer), are two of the most famous figural types of the sculptor Polyclitus, forming a basic pattern of Ancient Greek sculpture that all present strictly idealised representations of young male athletes in a convincingly naturalistic manner.

The Diadumenos is the winner of an athletic contest at a games, still nude after the contest and lifting his arms to knot the diadem, a ribbon-band that identifies the winner and which in the bronze original of about 420 BCE would have been represented by a ribbon of bronze.[1] The figure stands in contrapposto with his weight on his right foot, his left knee slightly bent and his head inclined slightly to the right, self-contained, seeming to be lost in thought. Phidias was credited with a statue of a victor at Olympia in the act of tying the fillet around his head; besides Polyclitus, his successors Lysippos and Scopas also created figures of this kind.
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