Location: On Display in the Rome Gallery
From: Italy | Latium | Lake Nemi
Curatorial Section: Mediterranean
|Current Location||Rome Gallery - On Display|
|Provenience||Italy | Latium | Lake Nemi|
|Locus||Villa of Marius at Tivoli|
|Date Made||1st c. CE|
|Iconography||Pan | Bacchante|
White marble painted. Two heads in 3/4 view facing each other. Pan to left, Bacchante to right, between them a staff bound diagonally with fillets, ends above. This is one of four marble plaques from Nemi with theater-like masks. The mask on the right represents a youthful, effeminate Dionysos.
|Credit Line||Museum Purchase; subscription of Mrs. Lucy Wharton (Joseph) Drexel, 1897|
|Other Number||0518 - Cast Number|
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