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Head Statue Of Caryatid From Tralles

Head Statue Of Caryatid From Tralles

This image captures a close-up view of the intricate details of the Head Statue of Caryatid from Tralles, a remarkable piece of art from the Early Roman Period, dating back to the 1st century CE. This statue, crafted in the Archaistic style, presents a standing woman in a poised and graceful posture. The right arm of the Caryatid gracefully hangs by her side while clutching her himation, a flowing garment typically worn in ancient Greece. Her left arm is raised, though the distal part of it is now missing, giving the impression that she is prepared to bear the weight of an architrave. This architectural element would have rested atop her cylindrical headdress or polos, suggesting her role as a support figure in a grand structure. This remarkable piece of ancient art was discovered in Tralles, located in Aydin, modern-day Turkey, offering a glimpse into the artistic and architectural legacy of the ancient world.

Image ID#: 29727 / Category: Arts, Architecture / Price: 499$
Head Statue Of Caryatid From Tralles
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