"Museo Archeologico Nazionale - Farnese Bull" Archaelogical Museum Tip by Willettsworld

Archaelogical Museum, Naples: 56 reviews and 117 photos


Excavated in the Baths of Caracalla in Rome, this is the largest sculptural group (c. 200 BC) to have survived from antiquity. It is the best piece in the Farnese Collection and shows the punishment of Dirce who, having ill-treated Antiope, was tied to an enraged bull by Antiope's sons.

Address: Piazza Museo Nazionale, 19
Phone: 081.4422149
Website: http://www.marketplace.it/museo.nazionale/

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  • Written Aug 7, 2005
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