I've always found defaced or damaged human sculptures to be somewhat unsettling.

This is a section of the Elgin Marbles at the British Museum in London. The caption indicaties it is from the South Metope II and reads:

"The human Lapith forces his centaur opponent down, gripping him by the throat. The line of the Lapith's body crosses the centaur at a diagonal. This compositional device was popular in Greek art for depicting scenes of strife."

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