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Worn Head Statue Erosion

Worn Head Statue Erosion

An ancient Roman worn head statue displaying signs of erosion, revealing the passage of time and the impact of weathering on the sculpture. The head statue, likely made of stone or another durable material, showcases the effects of centuries of exposure to the elements. The erosion is visible in the form of worn surfaces, rough textures, and the gradual loss of finer details. The erosion on the statue's surface may also result in a weathered patina, adding an aged and weather-beaten appearance. The natural color of the stone have changed over time, further accentuating the sense of antiquity and the historical significance of the sculpture.

Image ID#: 18312 / Category: Arts, Architecture / Price: 499$
Worn Head Statue Erosion
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