Horse's Head from the East pediment of the Parthenon. / 438BC-432BC / Marble / By Phidias / Classical Greek period / Made in Acropolis of Athens, Attica, Greece / Description: This figure was purposely carved as an isolated horse’s head. This is thought to be the head of one of the horses that drew the chariot of the moon Goddess Selene or Nyx, goddess of the night. / The British Museum, London, UK
Horse head from the Parthenon reliefs - British Museum (London)
Horse head sculpture from The Parthenon in Greece. These beautiful marble sculptures were stolen by Lord Elgin in 1803 and relocated to Britain. They currently still reside at the British Museum for reasons that, er, erm.
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