Three other examples are known: one at Hever Castle, acquired by William Waldorf Astor from Attilio Simonetti in Rome in the early 20th Century (P. Arndt and W. Amelung, eds., Photographische Einzelaufnahmen antiker Skulpturen, Serie VII, 1913, no. 2018, and S. Dimas, et al., Die Antikensammlung von Hever Castle, Bignor Park und Knole, 2013, p. 55f., no. He13, pl. 16, with restored heads), one in the Glyptothek in Munich, inv. no. 259 (A. Stähli, Die Verweigerung der Lüste: Erotische Gruppen in den antiken Plastik, 1999, pp. 408-413, fig. 116), and one formerly in the collection of Julien Gréau in Paris until 1891 and on the American art market in 1921 (Stähli, op. cit., pp. 414-415, figs. 121-122). The latter's whereabouts are currently unknown.
For a closely related scene in relief on an early Hellenistic bronze mirror see Museum of Fine Art Boston, inv. no. RES.08.32c.1-2. (M. Comstock and C. Vermeule, Greek, Etruscan, & Roman Bronzes on the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, 1971, no. 309, p. 257).
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