Statue of a Young Roman Woman

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Geoffrey Marchal
published on 18 December 2017

Statue of a young Roman woman, 2nd century CE. A copy of a model from the 3rd century BCE, Italy, marble. Musée du Cinquantenaire (Brussels, Belgium). Made with ReMake and ReCap from AutoDesk.

The girl is dressed in a chiton (tunic) with sleeves and a himation (coat) with complex pleats, probably derived from an original of the early-Hellenistic era. The head did not originally belong to the body but dates from the same period.

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