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Mycenaean Greek art
14th – 13th century B.C.
Complete in good condition, some chips. Shine on the hat.
This small, beautiful object is composed of two elements: a parallelepiped that serves as a base for two statuettes of young bulls, whose bodies are merged together and placed head to toe.
This face certainly represents a male figure; it shows some of the distinctive features of the Greek-Roman images known as “grotesque”, such as the big aquiline and pointed nose, the strongly marked, frowning eyebrows and the wrinkled forehead.
This head, whose dimensions are approximately half life-size, was part of the funerary statue of a young man.
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