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Unidentified sculptor, Three Tyches

Three Tyches

After Unidentified sculptor

RA Collection: Art

Tyche was the daughter of Oceanus and was the goddess of Fortune. Since the Hellenistic period each city had its own Tyche, and she was represented as a guardian goddess of city with a crown shaped like the city walls or ramparts.

Object details

Three Tyches
Original in the Louvre Museum, Paris
Object type
Sculpture Cast
Plaster cast, 19th century?

985 mm x 920 mm x 120 mm

Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
Given by The Prince Regent 1816
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