Olympia: Statue of Poppaea Sabina – Emperor Nero’s second wife

Statue of Poppaea Sabina, Emperor Nero's second wife, on display at the Olympia Archaeological Museum

Poppaea Sabina
The image shows the statue of Poppaea Sabina (30 -65 CE), the second wife of Emperor Nero. It was discovered on a wall inside the Temple of Hera in Olympia, Greece, and is now on display at the Olympia Archaeological Museum. This beautiful statue was made of Parian marble.

The statue of Agrippina Minor, Emperor Nero’s mother, was also discovered inside the Temple of Hera.

Visit: Olympia, Greek Islands, and Greece

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