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Griffins were frequently depicted in classical art, either in this form or on vase painting.In classical mythology the griffin was a composite creature usually having the body of a lion, the head and wings of an eagle with fantastic interpretations that often combined the qualities of a serpent.  It was further believed that they found and guarded gold. In later times the griffin became a symbol of strength and vigilance.

Olympia, late 7th 

Material. Casting stone, keramin, combined with aluminium metal (ears), bronze aged finish


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