Ancient Greek and Roman SCULPTURES and STATUES Video Tour

Ancient Greek Roman Statues Sculptures Tour at Glyptothek Museum

Culture of Ancient Greece and Rome Alive as it was Thousands of Years Ago!

Imagine entering an ancient Greek or Roman temple with all of it’s wondrous statues of the gods and goddesses and so much more. Being able to do that is amazing, especially from the comfort of your own home. However, I still do recommend visiting in person if you get the chance. Meet Athena, Ares, gods, goddesses and many important Roman emperors on this amazing video tour. The tour I will take you on is through the amazing Glyptothek museum in Munich, originally commissioned by King Ludwig I of Bavaria in the 1800’s. Glyptothek is a museum in Munich Germany that features some of the most wonderful ancient Greek and Roman sculptures in 13 rooms. It is a wonderful museum to explore if you enjoy Greek and Roman art. Read more about it on wikipedia:

The goal of this video is to share my passion for ancient art and history with videos and help others develop a deeper, more profound appreciation of the art in miniature captured on ancient Greek and Roman coins. You can explore my entire selection of ancient coins in my eBay store.

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Article by Ilya Zlobin, world-renowned expert numismatist, enthusiast, author and dealer in authentic ancient Greek, ancient Roman, ancient Byzantine coins and beyond.

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