The Pallas-Athene Fountain (Pallas-Athene-Brunnen) created between 1893 and 1902.
She once graced the Acropolis in Athens. She was a gift from citizens who were preparing to settle on the island of Lemnos. She is surrounded by bright figures: naked youths, goddesses in heavily pleated robes, and warriors. Opposite her stands Julius Caesar, coolly surveying the room. He heads a long line of Roman emperors. And in the background stands a large panel from the famed Pergamon altar. Dr. Patrick Schollmeyer points to it: “This was the action cinema of ancient times.” Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU)
“With the head of Antinous, melancholy made her entry into antique art.” Roman Sculpture by Eugénie Strong.