London, South Kensington
28 April 2004
A ROMAN HOLLOW BRONZE FIGURE OF TYCHE OF ANTIOCH
1ST CENTURY B.C., AFTER A HELLENISTIC ORIGINAL OF THE EARLY 3RD CENTURY B.C.
The finial top showing the goddess seated on a rocky outcrop on which she rests her left hand, an attribute held in her right, the heavily draped goddess wears her city wall crown from which falls a veil
2 7/8 in. (7.2 cm.) high
European private collection, formed between 1973-1982 (lots 236-265 and 352).
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