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This is a 3D model of a modern cast in the Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen of the Great Pergamon Altar; the original ancient frieze is now in the Pergamon Museum, Berlin. This frieze depicts Athena grasping the giant Acyoneus by his hair as she prepares to slay him. On the right, Acyoneus’ mother watches in horror and above her, Nike prepares to crown Athena in victory. This altar was built as a commemoration of King Eumene II’s victory over the Gauls. It was later excavated in Turkey and taken to Berlin.
Bibliography: Khan Academy
This model posting is part of Ancient World 3D, a project that provides curated 3D open access content for Classical Studies. Each model has an etched catalog# and 3D Printable frame for building a library. The original model was posted by Statens Museum for Kunst. This entry was composed by Rachel Moore (Dr. Elizabeth Thill, advisor).
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