Head of Polyphemus



by Carole Raddato
published on 13 January 2014
Head of Polyphemus (one of the one-eyed Cyclopes). It dates from the 4th century CE and comes from the amphitheatre at Salona. It is exhibited in the Split Archaeological Museum in Croatia.

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