GARDEN STATUE of Hercules  , ROMAN SCULPTURE OF MALE HERCULES GOD RELIGIOUS OUTDOOR SCULPTURES, CARVED GARDEN STATUES, LARGE ITALIAN STATUARY YARD  STATUE

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Hercules Statue Made in Italy !

Hercules statue Greek God Statues Ancient Hercule  Statuary roman sculptures (Click on image back to large statues page.

Hercules Statue                       (shown w/ Aquino base)

$1,750

715 Lbs-68"H- 16"L-18"W               Estimated shipping weight 890 Lbs

Hercules is the Roman name for the mythical Greek demigod Heracles, son of Zeus, the Roman Jupiter, and the mortal Alcmena. Early Roman sources suggest that the imported Greek hero supplanted a mythic Italic shepherd called "Recaranus" or "Garanus", famous for his strength, who dedicated the Ara Maxima that became associated with the earliest Roman cult of Hercules While adopting much of the Greek Heracles' iconography and mythology as his own, Hercules adopted a number of myths and characteristics that were distinctly Roman.


Cast from Carrara marble in Italy.