The original Greek sculptures are limited and very rare, often very damaged and sometimes having only a written description of their existence, thats why most representations of Greek statue in smaller museums are Roman immitations that were found in large quantities. For example this one, dated about 200 years after J. -C. is a copy of an original Greek sculpture dating from 370 BC, the chances of it being a copy of a copy are great with the 500 years separating them.
This does not remove the great beauty of these statues reproducing the deified perfection of the male body … who said that it is only our era that suffered from the syndrome of the body perfection? … probably many young men of antiquity have taken Apollo as a model, the complexes of beauty already existed … Julius Caesar suffers from his baldness 100 years before J.-C.
Statue of Apollo Chigi,
after a Greek original (circa 370 BC), perhaps in the style of the Polyclete school?
Second quarter of the 2nd century AD. AD
136 x 56 x 35.5 centimeters