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Brian Larson of Leadership Journal suggested to Ernest Pettry that he send this illustration to us. Many of our illustrations come by recommendation of Leadership Journal and Christianity Today. Our thanks to the CT editors for directing illustrations to us! “The Charioteer” is one of the finest and most important bronze works of antiquity. The creation of an unknown artist, it is an outstanding example of ancient metal casting. It was dedicated to the temple of Apollo in honor of a chariot race won at the Pythian Games in 478 or 474 B.C. Recovered by French excavations in 1896, it is displayed in the Delphi, Greece. This magnificent piece is the remains of the original work:…

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