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"Equestrian statue of Prusias pedestal" Delphi Things to Do Tip by amsterdam_vallon

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  Equestrian statue of Prusias pedestal
by amsterdam_vallon
 
 

This column at the South-East corner of the temple of Apollo held an equestrian statue of Prusias II, King of Bithynia, the ancient country of North-West Asia Minor, in present day Turkey. Prusias II was King from 185 to 149 B.C.

Directions: South-East corner of the Temple of Apollo

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