Bust of a Roman Woman, Possibly Lucilla

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Arienne King
by artnbarb
published on 20 June 2021
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Roman sculpture of a noble woman, possibly Lucilla, wife of emperor Lucius Verus (r. 161-169 CE). The masterful use of veined marble imitates the pattern of her cloak, while two different marbles give the appearance of white skin and black hair. 160-180 CE. (Capitoline Museum)

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