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Rome-The Laocoon. This sculture is located in the Vatican Museum. It depicts the Trojan Priest Laocoon with his two sons, being killed by serpents. The god Appollo sent the serpents as revenge for the Laocoons of warning the Trojans of "Greeks bearing gifts". The sculpture is believed to be from the 1st century B.C. It was excavated in 1506. Pope Julius II was so umpressed with the scuplturet, he decided to open the Vatican Palace to the public to view the statue.
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