Stock No: 8190

A cast-iron bust of the head of Laocoon, a Trojan Priest at the time of the Trojan Wars who warned the Trojans about the Trojan Horse and died along with his two sons when the Gods, who favoured the Greeks, sent two sea serpents to kill him. After the original sculpture which was one of the major discoveries of the Italian Renaissance, found in Rome in 1506 in the ruins of Titus' palace( Shown on plinth 8172 ).

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Width Height Depth
14 316"
36 cms
23 58"
60 cms
10 316"
26 cms

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