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Museo delle Terme, Rome, Italy
This image shows a copy in the Beazley collection, England.
The IISOH will purchase a bronze copy made from a mold of the original statue.
The benefactor can name this Sculpture Garden section which will be dedicated with
a marker engraved in stone (marble or granite) or cast in relief in bronze.
Found in Rome, 1885
The statue was excavated from the south slope of the Quirinal Hill,
apparently buried to keep it safe. Very few original bronze statues
from antiquity exist, so this was a great find.
variety of names including:
Boxer of the Quirinal
while the museum also is referenced by a variety of names including:
National Roman Museum
Museo Nazionale Romano Terme di Diocleziano
Museo Nazionale delle Terme
Museo delle Terme, Rome and others.
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For other endowment ideas go to the SUBJECT AREAS page
These are the areas of interest for the IISOH - a long but not necessarily complete list!
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International Institute for Sport History
Library & Museum
PO Box 175
State College, PA, USA 16804
Mr. Harvey Abrams, President