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Colossal statue of Phrygian Captives in the museum, Ancient Corinth. Peloponnese. Greece. The statue, one of many, were used as piers in the Captives Façade of the North Basilica. Ancient Corinth was one of the most influential Greek city states in antiquity. The Romans razed the city in 146 BC; it was then rebuilt under Julius Caesar as a Roman city and prospered as the regions capital.
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- Corinth - Peloponnese - Greece