Tivoli General

Tivoli General in Palazzo Massimo in Rome

Tivoli General in Palazzo Massimo in Rome

Tivoli General — a Greek-style marble produced around 90 to 70 BC portraying an elderly person with a young, nude body. It was probably a high-ranking soldier leaning on a staff as a “heroic nudity” (effigies achilleae) similar to the Hellenistic Prince.