The treatment of the garments on the present figure is unusual in that the goddess wears a short tunic below a second slightly shorter tunic, the ensemble tied in a high belt. According to M. Bieber, the arrangement of the tunics in this manner is a decidedly Roman development (Ancient Copies, Contributions to the History of Greek and Roman Art, New York, 1977, p. 72). For another depiction of Diana with the same unusual treatment of the two garments see a statue in the Capitoline Museum, pl. 45, fig. 263 in Bieber, op. cit.