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"Diane de Gabies" by the Greek sculptor Praxiteles, son of Cephisodotus the Elder, 4th century BC. Here, Artemis is wearing a chiton (long tunic) for hunting, and putting on a mantle. Its name comes from its discovery in the Roman city of Gabies.

"Diane de Gabies" by the Greek sculptor Praxiteles, son of Cephisodotus the Elder, 4th century BC. Here, Artemis is wearing a chiton (long tunic) for hunting, and putting on a mantle. Its name comes from its discovery in the Roman city of Gabies.

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