- Hadrianic, Roma
- Manisa, Arkeoloji ve Etnografya Müzesi, 7117
- Müze Envanter No.
- Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
- Mermer, Taş
- Eserin Türü
- Heykelin Türü
- Mitolojik Figür
- Alan (Sektör)
- BE-H 66
- B Marble Court
- E32 / N52 *96.55
- Bulunduğu Yeri
- B MC, slightly above marble floor.
Satyr wears a nebris with goat head and foot hanging in front over his l. shoulder, where it is bound with a clasp. R. foot is slung over his shoulder in back. Upper edge of goatskin, doubled over and hanging loosely, is plastically modeled. The back is only roughly finished, showing little more than outlines of the nebris. Multiple claw chisel marks have been worked over the abrasives.
The stance is Praxitelean, with r. hip thrown out and r. arm raised. Body is intentionally soft, with a tactile nebris and delicately worked surface. No drilling used, but only fine chisel work, even under the armpits. Somewhat cold but highly competent smoothness is typically Hadrianic.
Gray fine-grained dense marble (Proconnesian?).
Three fragments: A, upper torso; B, lower torso and r. thigh; C, part of r. leg and knee. Fragments A and B fit, but poorly. Found five years apart, their join was recognized by Ilse Hanfmann
- A and B: total H. 0.415; W at hips 0.145; Th. at chest of 0.115. H. of C: 0.125.
- For stance, cf. Rizzo, Prassitele, pls. 48ff., with weight and thrust reversed; or Jones, Catalogue Rome, pl. 87; also Cumont, Catalogue, 27-29, no. 19 and Brinkerhoff, Antioch, 31, no. 37.
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