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I. In Lippincott Hall

On the first floor of Lippincott Hall, South side of the building, houses the main Wilcox Collection. The collection has modern plaster replicas of a Roman marble copies of original Greek bronze sculptures.

Please use the menu on the left to view selections from the collection.

II. In the Department of Classics (Wescoe Hall, 1st floor)

Additional pieces from the Wilcox Collection are on display in the hallways surrounding the University of Kansas Classics department on the 1st floor of Wescoe Hall.

Please use the menu on the left to view selections from the collection
(lower section of the left hand menu).

 

 


Featured item:


Nike (Victory) of Samothrace (reduced size)
Modern plaster replica (given to the Wilcox by the KU Department of French and Italian) at a about 1/2 scale of a Greek original of ca. 190 BCE (original is just over 8 ft tall). According to the small metal oval in the back, the cast was purchased from the Caproni Bros. cast company of Boston probably in 1885.

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