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This is a 3D model of an ancient marble relief in the Musée Saint-Raymond, Toulouse. This relief from the 3rd c. CE depicts Hercules’s sixth labor, the Stymphalian Birds. Hercules had to kill birds that were destroying the harvests and men around Lake Stymphalus. Some of the sculpture is missing. This piece was part of a larger series of twelve works, with only nine surviving to this day.
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 Musée Saint-Raymond. This entry was composed by Chloe Antonio (Dr. Elizabeth Thill, advisor).
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