New York, Park Avenue
30 May 1997
AN IBERIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF A WARRIOR
circa 4th century b.c.
Wearing a skull cap with side braids, and a mantle open on his right side revealing a short-sleeved tunic and the pommel of his falcata, a type of curved knife, his caetra, a round shield, suspended by a strap on his back, the right hand extended palm outwards in supplication, the now-missing left hand originally holding a spear
2 9/16in. (6.5cm.) high
Mathias Komor, NY
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Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ in conjunction with the exhibition "The Etruscans: Legacy of a Lost Civilization," March-June 1993.
For a similar example see no. 25 in Hibbs, Iberian Antiquities from the Collection of Leon Levy & Shelby White.
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