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Carved white marble head portrait of a Goddess or muse, the face with full bow shaped mouth, straight nose, the hair parted in the center, bound in a chignon above the nape of the neck and tied in a fillet. Comes mounted on a base.

100 - 300 AD
8 1/4"

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