Location: On Display in the Rome Gallery

From: Italy | Latium | Lake Nemi

Curatorial Section: Mediterranean

Object Number MS3479
Current Location Rome Gallery - On Display
Culture Roman
Provenience Italy | Latium | Lake Nemi
Period Roman Period
Date Made 125 BCE
Section Mediterranean
Materials Marble (Stone)
Technique Carved
Iconography Female Torso | Diana

Marble, off white. Female figure, draped. preserved from level of shoulders to level of knees. Arms, head, upper back missing, once attached seperately. Luce stated that there are dowel holes for the attachment of the missing legs. She wears a chiton, girt beneath the breasts. Over this a mantle is slung, draped diagonally across the upper back and over the left shoulder. It is girt in a heavy fold around mid-body and falls in an irregular line to the upper thighs. Left arm drawn back. Large finished area at upper back.

Height 37.2 cm
Width 15.2 cm
Depth 12.7 cm
Credit Line Museum Purchase; subscription of Mrs. Lucy Wharton (Joseph) Drexel, 1897

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