Stucco relief panel


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 168

The female figure probably represents a maenad, one of the female followers of Dionysos. As she floats easily along, her garment has opened to the waist, revealing her left leg. She holds a long thin wand-like stick over her left arm and a garland with ribbons in her right hand.

Stucco relief panel, Stucco, Roman

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