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Tigris statue at Vatican Museums
Roman marble statue of the Tigris River, dating to the 2nd century and restored in the 16th century by Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli. It sits atop a marble sarcophagus depicting a battle between Greek warriors and Amazons (not pictured). The statue is on display at the Cortile Ottagono (Octagonal Courtyard) at Museo Pio-Clementino (Vatican Museums).
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