A view of room 4 of the Townley Gallery, with a bust of the emperor Trajan (1805,0703.93), a statue of a woman holding a pedum, now identified as the Muse Thalia (1805,0703.33), a bronze group of Herakles at the tree of the Hesperides, holding three of the golden apples in his left hand, the guardian serpent behind him (1805,0703.38), a head from a statue of Apollo (1805,0703.60), a head from a statue of a Gaul (1805,0703.106), a bronze statue of Apollo (1805,0703.10), the head from a colossal statue of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius (1805,0703.100), two table-legs int he forms of a panther and a lion (1805,0703.454 - 1805,0703.226); illustration to the 'General Chronicle & Literary Magazine'.
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