- 2nd half of 2nd C. AD, Roma
- Manisa, Arkeoloji ve Etnografya Müzesi, 9010
- Müze Envanter No.
- Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
- Mermer, Taş
- Eserin Türü
- Heykelin Türü
- Drapeli Erkek, İnsan Figürü
- Alan (Sektör)
- Syn 71
- Syn FC Other
- E117.63 - E117.94 / N6.65 - N7.25 *96.45 - 96.20
- Bulunduğu Yeri
- Syn; built into late E-W partition wall on S side of central entrance to Syn.
The palliatus has his r. arm bent across his chest, veiled in the cloak, and holds a rectangular object (volumen). His l. arm is draped to the wrist, the l. hand grasping the vertical folds of his cloak. A large vertical fold, thrown over his l. shoulder, falls all the way down his back. Schematic curving folds radiate from the l. shoulder over the entire body. Treatment of the back is much simplified and finished only with a large claw chisel. The head was dowelled into the clean slanting plane of neck; the iron dowel is still in place, diam. 0.02.
This is a variation of the main type of palliatus with the weight on the l. leg and triangular folds across the stomach. Schematic drill runs are carefully finished. This competent Antonine or early Severan work.
Coarse-grained white marble, probably local, with reddish discoloration.
Head, legs below thighs, and all fingers and r. hand are missing.
- H. 0.70; diam. of neck 0.10
- On the type, see Rosenbaum, Cyrenaican Portrait Sculpture, 80-81; cf. her no. 128, p. 83, pl. 67:5. Cf. also Antonine examples, Harrison, Agora I, nos. 57-62 and p. 76, no. 6.
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