13 June 2000
A ROMAN BRONZE FIGURE OF VICTORIA
circa 4th century a.d.
The goddess standing on a small sphere above a large stone globe, her left leg in front of her right, her drapery flowing in two tiers on her body, her arms aloft holding a large wreath above her head, the ensemble perhaps originally held in the hand of a large statue of an emperor
73/8 in. (18.7 cm) high
Prince A. Juritzky, Paris
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Schramm, Spahaira, Globus, Reichsapfel, tafel 7a, p. 17-18.
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