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The marble head (Pl. XLV. 2) in the Museum of Madrid has elicited considerable notice, especially because of its peculiar style; and its attempted classification in this respect has produced much difference of opinion. Hübner, who first supposed it to be the head of Athene and then of an Aphrodite, thought that it must be a marble copy of a bronze original belonging to the age of Pheidias. Friedrichs considered it to belong to the type of Aphrodite heads, but did not feel in a position todoi:10.2307/623701 fatcat:mycrwyrqmfhkziogapjyvqpafe