Bronze Code: 567
Height: 15.7 In
Width: 8.3 In
Weight: 13 LBs


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Immerse yourself in the world of ancient sports with the Discobolus statue, a faithful replica of one of the most iconic Greek sculptures, meticulously crafted by the talented Miron. With its substantial size of 40cm and weight close to 6 kilograms, this sculpture is indeed a statement piece. Standing out with exquisite detail, the Discobolus reimagines the powerful physique of an athlete poised with a discus, encapsulating the dynamic energy and competitive spirit of early Olympic Games.

The original Discobolus, dating back to the mid-5th century BC, was the ingenious work of master craftsman Myron. Noted for its remarkable and exact anatomical proportions, it is often hailed as the quintessential portrayal of a human figure in motion from ancient antiquity. Myron's masterstroke lies in his representation of the athlete's coiled, precise movements, thus immortalising an action-packed moment of supreme athletic prowess.

Over time, countless marble and plaster replicas have been modelled after the Discobolus statue, with many adorning the halls of eminent museums such as the National Museum and the National Museum of Thermae in Rome, Munich’s Glyptothek, as well as esteemed collections in London, Berlin, the Vatican, and Florence. This testament to ancient sporting dynamics not only exemplifies an intricate and effective discus technique but is also a universal symbol of physical strength and agility.

Miron's Discobolus sculpture is more than just a work of art; it's a gateway to the rich heritage of Greek antiquity and a window into the raw, intense world of ancient sporting events. Its impeccable design and attention to detail make it a must-have for classical art lovers and history enthusiasts.