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Two larger than life size statues from the Archaic Period (ca. 580 B.C.). A male statue from this period is called a “kouros”—almost always nude. A female statue from this period is called a “kore”—almost always clothed. [use the search window to locate other examples in the archive]
They are said to have been created by Polymedes from Argos.
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