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Angélique et Médor

Angelica and Medoro

Figures from the Italian epic poem Orlando furioso by Ludovico Ariosto (1516)
Nicolas Sébastien Adam & Albert Roze

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Marble sculpture of the pagan princess Angelica who saves the wounded Saracen knight Medoro, falls in love, and elopes with him to Cathay. The sculpture is a copy from the group by Nicolas-Sébastien Adam (1705-1778).


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Location (N 49°53'17" - E 2°17'47")

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Item Code: frpi050; Photograph: 3 June 2012
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