A bronze Seleucid prince as hero.

The bronze Boxer of Quirinal, also known as the Terme Boxer, is a Hellenistic Greek sculpture from the first century BC of a sitting boxer with cestus, in the collection of the National Museum of Rome. It is one of the two unrelated bronzes discovered on the slopes of the Quirinal within a month of each other in 1885, possibly from the remains of the Baths of Constantine. It appears that both had been carefully buried in antiquity. The realism of the portraiture suggests that it is a particular boxer, with a boxer’s scars and broken nose.