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Polyphemus - The Cyclops

This is a Roman sculpture from the mid-empire CE) of the head of a Cyclops. He has two depressions for regular eyes, even though he has his real eye in the middle of his forehead.

Head of Cyclops, mythical Roaman god stock photo

Head of Cyclops, mythical Roaman god stock photo

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The origins Odilon Redon

Odilon Redon French, The Misshapen Polyp Floated on the Shores, a Sort of Smiling and Hideous Cyclops, plate 3 of 8 from "Les Origines", 1883

Real Cyclops Skull  The strange skulls were reportedly found in limestone caves in the hinterlands of Bohol, at Mt. Palaupau in Sumilao, Bukidnon, and in some parts of Agusan. Also Cyclops skulls were found in Indonesia. Giant Cyclops were also a myth in Greek mythology.

Real Cyclops Skull

The strange skulls were reportedly found in limestone caves in the hinterlands of Bohol, at Mt. Palaupau in Sumilao, Bukidnon, and in some parts of Agusan. Also Cyclops skulls were found in Indonesia. Giant Cyclops were also a myth in Greek mythology.

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Hypatia was a Greek Neoplatonist philosopher in Roman Alexandria. Doesn't her statue face look just like the face of the Statue of Liberty?

Theatre mask, terracotta, Italy, 100 BC-100, Roman. Comic mask of a slave.

Theatre mask: Terracotta comic mask of a slave. Culture/period Roman, Date: Production place: Italy

Odysseus & The Cyclops (Original) art by Gerry Embleton Archive

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Marble pseudo-portait of Homer. Roman. Late Republican or Imperial Period. late 1st century B.C. or 1st century A.D. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Homer, Roman, Late Republican or Imperial Period, late century BC or century AD. Pentelikon near Athens)

Polyphemus (Cyclops) - son of the sea god Poseidon and blinded by Odysseus.  One-eyed giants who live solitary lives as shepherd on the island of Sicily.

Polyphemus (Cyclops) - son of the sea god Poseidon and blinded by Odysseus. One-eyed giants who live solitary lives as shepherd on the island of Sicily.

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