Head of a Crozier

South Italian

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 304

Shaped like a shepherd’s crook, a crozier is carried by bishops and abbots as an emblem of their authority and their role in guiding the faithful.

Head of a Crozier, Elephant ivory, traces of polychromy and gilding, South Italian

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