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This head was virtually carved in the round, but would have been inserted into a relief or a wall, as suggested by the rough rendering of the upper and, especially, the posterior part of the skull.
The figurine is flat and slightly rounded. The shield-shaped outline, typical of these idols known as “schematic”, probably represents the silhouette of a seated human body, but without any volume.
This statuette, whose accurate outline is clearly marked, is almost flat although slightly rounded. No element enables us to distinguish one side from the other, or to determine the gender of the figurine.
Roman Marble Relief representing the “Thracian Horseman”. The detailed image shows a horse mounted by a young hunter who hits a boar with his spear.
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