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. The horse’s head after Phidias, executed in 435 BC; this horse adorned the eastern part of the Parthenon. This sculpture, along with many others on the Parthenon, was taken by Lord Elgin and sold in 1816 to the London Museum (British Museum) where you can see the originals, all in pentelic marble. This work is made from plaster and is part of the Collections of the Museum of the Architecture School, Bucharest.