Head of Plato is an Ancient Greek Marble Sculpture created in 370BCE. It lives at the Glyptothek Museum in Germany. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Sculpture and Heads. SourceSee Head of Plato in the Kaleidoscope
This head of Plato is a copy after a sculpture by the Greek sculptor, Silanion. In c. 370 BCE, Silanion was commissioned by the Persian general Mithridates to create the idealized portrait for the Academy of Athens.