The style of the face with the pronounced brow and upswept locks clearly recalls the portraiture of Alexander the Great. His image inspired Etruscan artists, who adapted the type for representations of deities and votives. For a bronze likely depicting a Dioskouros, see no. 168 in Ortiz, In Pursuit of the Absolute, Art of the Ancient World. For a bronze votive holding a cup and a pyxis see no. 186 in Haynes, Etruscan Bronzes. For a cuirassed warrior of similar style see no. 185 in Haynes, op. cit.