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Reference Name LCNUG : 1927/287

Sculpture of the head and shoulders of a woman, the Goddess Ariadne. This is a Roman copy of an original sculpture by the Greek Praxiteles, who worked about 350 BC.

Physical Dimensions:

  • object height: 50 cms
  • object length: 34 cms
  • object width: 24 cms
  • plinth height: 119 cms
  • plinth length: 37.4 cms
  • plinth width: 35 cms

Material: stone, marble

Condition: fair

Quantity: 1

Completeness: complete

Period: 2nd Century

Period: Greek


sculptor: Unknown

sculptor after: Praxiteles


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