Karen Barrett-Wilt
by Anonymous
published on 23 August 2015
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Plotinus was a Greek philosopher who lived 204-270 CE. He founded the Neo-Platonist school of thought. This sculpture is now in the Ostiense Museum, Ostia Antica, Rome, Italy.

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