Greek god red porphyry marble Apollo Citharoedus statue
A very exquisite marble sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus, a gentle, temperamental Greek god is shown in front of us. The body of the sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus is made of red porphyry, and it shines with a dark red luster under natural light. Apollo Citharoedus Holding his lyre in his left hand. The strings of the lyre are carved from marble, exquisite and delicate. There is also the head of the sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus. The handsome face is worthy of the myth of Apollo. Both the hair and the three-dimensional face are so attractive.
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Some symbols of Apollo figures in the sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus:
The light from the sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus from his head, together with the wreath he wears, is meant to symbolize that he is the sun god. According to Greek mythology, Apollo rode a golden burning chariot across the sky every morning, bringing sunlight to the world. At night, his twin Artemis rode his chariot across the sky, bringing darkness. The laurel branch of the sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus is actually worn by Apollo as a sign of his love for Daphne’s demigod. Unfortunately, Daphne is cursed by the goddess Eros and has a hatred of love and desire. This is revenge against Apollo, who claims to be a better shooter. In the end, after Daphne got tired of Apollo’s pursuit, she asked her father Penes for help. He turned Daphne into a laurel tree to escape Apollo’s love.
Apollo Citharoedus (1)
Apollo Citharoedus (2)
Responsibilities and image of Apollo Citharoedus sculpture:
The sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus is regarded as the god of literature and art, in charge of light, sun, medicine, animal husbandry, music, etc. It is the protector of mankind, the god of light, the god of prophecy, the protector of migration and sailors, the god of medicine, and the goddess of consumption. The god of disaster. The deterrence and majesty of the sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus are in harmony with his elegance and beauty. He is a symbol of masculine beauty in ancient Greek art. Apollo Citharoedus’s sculpturally beautiful figure and super talent made him welcomed by many goddesses. In people’s minds, Apollo is an energetic and full-blooded young man. The sculpture of Apollo Citharoedus is handsome and exudes fragrance. Long slightly floating hair hangs on his shoulders. The face is in the shape of melon seeds, and the forehead is broad, showing shrewdness, firmness, serenity, dignity, and pride. The head usually wears a crown woven with branches and leaves of laurel, god of love, olive tree, or water lily. This god of light sometimes wears luxurious clothes, heads up in the blue sky, and sings with the accompaniment of the Zitra hanging on his chest. The symbols of Apollo are the harp, bow, arrow, quiver, and tripod.