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[Agora Object] S 336: Portrait Head of Female Figure

The back of the head was apparently attached separately as the head is cut off in a line running obliquely from a point directly above the ears to one on the back of the neck. There is a cutting for attachment ... 145-175 A.D.

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[Agora Object] S 347: Portrait Head of Male Figure

The nose and chin have been considerably damaged. At the base of the neck, a roughly picked tongue indicates that the head was inserted into a separate body. Head, larger than life-size, perhaps of Trajan ... Flavian period.

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[Agora Object] S 356: Portrait Bust of Male Figure

Missing: upper part of left ear, edges of right ear, tip of nose, left side of neck at join. Mended from two adjoining pieces. The tenon is chipped and broken. The head is preserved from top to tenon, ... 10 B.C.-20 A.D.

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[Agora Object] S 359: Portrait Head Fragment of Female Figure

Chopped off behind and much battered, the features nearly gone. The high coiffure is Flavian, with rows of snail-shell curls in an erection over the forehead, drill holes in the center of each curl. Round ... Flavian period.

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[Agora Object] S 362: Portrait Head of Female Figure

In fine preservation. A portrait of a middle aged woman (Faustina the Younger ?) with rather severe features and with hair parted in the center and drawn down in waves to a chignon in the back, below which ... Ca. 162-166 A.D.

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[Agora Object] S 387: Portrait Herm

Mended from five pieces. Missing: end of nose, edge of left ear; right shoulder and back; small breaks in drapery and neck on left side, slice of hair over the right temple. The height of the bust is ... Ca. 215-225 A.D.

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[Agora Object] S 403: Portrait Head of a Boy

The proper left side of the face is split off, its surface damaged. Right eye, cheek and forehead preserved. Eyeball pierced. A wreath on his head. Pentelic marble. Drilled for setting on base in June ... 2nd quarter of 3rd c. A.D.

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[Agora Object] S 435: Portrait Head of Male Figure

Broken off at the neck; the nose broken and the ears badly chipped; the surface damaged. Close cropped curly hair and beard, the latter rising to a point under the lower lip. Traces of a mustache, the ... Ca. 250-260 A.D.