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Antique Bust Of A Goddess With A Diadem On Her Head

Antique Bust Of A Goddess With A Diadem On Her Head

An ancient brown marble bust and head of a woman, potentially representing a diademed goddess. The sculpture belongs to the second century and has its origins in Carthage. The bust is skillfully carved, capturing the delicate features and intricate details of the woman's face. The marble surface bears the marks of time, adding a sense of antiquity and historical significance to the artwork. The bust is isolated against a bright red background, creating a striking contrast that draws attention to the sculpture. The vibrant red hue enhances the visual impact of the artwork, infusing it with a sense of energy and intensity.

Image ID#: 32763 / Category: Objects, Arts / Price: 499$
Antique Bust Of A Goddess With A Diadem On Her Head
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