Ancient Famous Marble Roman Lion Bonded Sculpture

NO.: AKHZM-1177

Size: Lifesize / Custom Made Size

Material: Natural Marble / Stone / Granite

Surface: Carved

Package: Wooden Batten box

Suitable: Amusement park, Theme park, Garden, Restaurant, Playground, Public Area, Garden, Indoor & Outdoor, etc




The fierce battle scene was frozen into a momentary sculpture art. This lion bonded sculpture is the scene of the young Hercules fighting the lion. The young Hercules is naked, and every muscle in his body is carved with smooth lines. He broke the lion’s mouth beside him with both hands and subdued the lion. The overall sculptures of lion bonded sculptures are vivid, and people seem to be able to see the intense scene. The lion bonded sculpture rich in western characteristics are suitable for outdoor decoration.

Atlas said that the lion bonded sculptures are “extraordinary in artistic value”, using three-dimensional sculpture techniques. Hercules bonded marble statues are naked, standing on a pedestal, with olive sticks on the left side of the body leaning on the sticks. Wearing lion skin is a symbol of his bravery. In Greek mythology, Hercules was the illegitimate son of the “god of gods” Zeus and the mortal princess Alcmene. He is known for his natural powers and is a legendary hero who is half human and half god. He is brave and good at fighting, is good at a variety of martial arts and skills, completed 12 achievements, wiped out many monsters for mankind, rescued the fire-thief god Prometheus, and finally became a “Hercules.” lion bonded sculpture is also often used as sculptures in different poses.

The first task the king gave to the lion bonded sculpture of Hercules was: Hercules must peel off the hide of the giant Nimean lion for him. This behemoth lives in the great forest between Nimea and Crevona in the Peloponnese, Argolis region. The lion is extremely fierce, and the weapons of the world cannot harm it at all. Some people say that the lion was originally the son of the giant Typhon and the half-human, half-snake monster Echad. Others said that it fell to the ground from the moon. Hercules bonded marble statues set out to hunt the lion. And eventually killed it. Cut the skin with its sharp claws, and finally peeled off the lion skin. Later, bonded marble statues sewed a piece of armor from this strange lion skin and made a new helmet. He packed up the lion skins and weapons he had brought, put the lion skins of the Nimia giant lion on his shoulders, and set off for Tyrians.


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