11 June 2003
TWO ROMAN BRONZE FIGURES
Circa 1st-2nd Century A.D.
Including a standing votary, wearing a long tunic and mantle that is pulled up over the back of his head as a veil, holding a phiale in his lowered right hand; and a standing figure of Minerva, wearing a peplos with a long overfold, her aegis and a high-crested helmet, a phiale mesompholos in her outstretched right hand, her left arm bent, originally holding a now-missing spear
3 5/8 in. (9.3 cm) high for the Minerva (2)
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