University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number:54-28-93
Current Location: Collections Storage
Provenience: Cyprus
Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates
Site Name/Number: Kourion
Locus: Votive Deposit
Date Made: Early 2nd century AD
Height: 10.3 cm
Width: 8 cm
Depth: 8.2 cm
Credit Line:Cyprus Expedition, George H. McFadden, 1954
Other Number:T1004 - Field No SF
1520 - Other Number


"Rider, (no headdress). Hair worked with a pin, the beard with pin and fine reed. Face carefully modelled; eyelids shown, mouth slightly opened, large projecting ears, cleft chin. Wears long-sleeved, high necked shirt and knee-length anaxyrides with wavy folds; on upper bodu superimposed folds indicate outer garmet over shirt. Right hand clenched, with fingers modelled, left hand missing. Of horse, only the tail preserved; long, flying, with cross-hatched incision, again done with a pin; on tail, trace of thin white wash. Greyish-tan clay with black and white slit, fired very brittle...The costume is that of a Parthian and the style suggests Syria as the place of origin..."

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Kourion (Curium) Excavations of the University Museum 1934-1954 (1955 - 1969) View Objects in Exhibition
Classical Gallery: Cyprus (1969 - 1975) View Objects in Exhibition


[Book] Young, Suzanne H., and Young, John H. 1955. Terracotta figurines from Kourion.. Philadelphia. University Museum. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 75, no. 1520, pl. 68View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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