Marble head of a woman wearing a diadem


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 171

This head probably comes from a small statue of a goddess or a female personification. Although the workmanship appears to be Roman, the style of the face and arrangement of the hair derive from late Classical and early Hellenistic models.

Marble head of a woman wearing a diadem, Marble, Island, Roman

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