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A view of a "human-size" marble statue of Marsyas. In Greek mythology, Marsyas picked up a flute to challenge Apollo who was playing a lyre, and because of this was punished. His punishment was that he was executed by being skinned alive!
A Roman copy of an original from the 3rd century B.C. The statue was found in Tarsus, Turkey. It is on display in the Archeology Museum in Istanbul.
For a description of Marsyas see conveniently (2023, September 21) in Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marsyas