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A marble statue of a (male) human torso. It was found in Miletus. It dates from around 480 - 470 BCE. It is in the Louvre museum, in Paris

The torso also known as the trunk, is the part of the human body where the limbs are attached. Some people also call it the trunk. It is made of chest, back, and abdomen.

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