7 December 2000
A ROMAN MARBLE ARCHITECTURAL FRAGMENT
Circa 1st-2nd Century A.D.
Preserving a facing head of Medusa within a raised border, with a lolling tongue, her curling locks framing her face, with the beginning of an inscription to the right reading, "INFRON..."
23¾ in. (60.3 cm) wide
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