- 2nd half of 2nd C. AD, Roma
- Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
- Mermer, Taş
- Eserin Türü
- Heykelin Türü
- Mitolojik Figür, Portre
- Alan (Sektör)
- B 58
- Bulunduğu Yeri
- B, inside along E wall, near fourth arch from S.
The foot is about one and a half times lifesize. The drill was used only sparingly, at the outer ends of the divisions between the toes and to separate the big toe. Carefully chiseled channels divide the other toes. The bone structure and musculature are very clearly defined. Traces of the original top surface of the plinth show near the toes.
The details, carefully finished with a pointed chisel, and the surface, finely polished by abrasives, could well belong to the 2nd C. A.D. Since the Gymnasium was built under the reign of L. Verus, and since we know from the inscribed base Cat. 276 (Fig. 469) that a statue of him stood in the S apse of the S apsidial hall (BSH), it is quite possible that this fragment belonged to the statue of the Emperor.
Fine white marble, small crystals.
Preserved from toes to middle of foot.
- Foot L. 0.19, W. 0.13; big toe H. 0.025, W. 0.035, L. 0.05; plinth H. 0.088.
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