- Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
- Mermer, Taş
- Eserin Türü
- Heykelin Türü
- Cenaze Kabartması, İnsan Figürü
- Alan (Sektör)
- Bulunduğu Yeri
- Syn marble piles.
A male figure, apparently a child, is only roughly blocked out. The youth stands with both feet firmly planted on the base. A curving shape on his r. side suggests that he was intended to carry a cornucopia, and a slight protuberance across his body might have been carved into a chlamys. The blocking out is done by large gouging strokes which are diagonal to the sculptural forms. Between the lower legs are two clear outlining channels made with a drill.
The figure was not carried far enough to be identifiable but the cornucopia and chlamys, if that is what they are, suggest a seasonal putto or a child similar to the one, also in the lower l. corner, shown with Nympheros (Cat. 143 Fig. 282). This is an interesting example of unfinished Roman workmanship, but the date is not determinable.
Lower l. corner of a stele, showing a youth. His head and l. side missing.
- H. 0.233; W. at base 0.117; D. 0.065; H. of base 0.035.
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