Here is a marble sculpture I found in the Vatican.
The Belvedere Torso joined the Vatican Museums collection sometime between 1530 and 1536. It is believed to be a representation of the warrior Ajax when he contemplates suicide. According to the myth, Ajax was driven mad when Ulysses took Achilles’s weapons from him. Convinced that he was face to face with the enemy he massacred the animals held in the Greek camp. Once he regained his senses he killed himself in shame. There were writings by ancient authors saying that a monument had been placed on the plains of Troy to commemorate him. However, numerous copies were made in Roman times and the Vatican’s example can be traced to a series of replicas made in the 1st century BC by an Athenian sculptor. His signature, in Greek letters, is found on the base of the rock