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7th – 6th century B.C.
H: 12.6 cm
The head is complete but covered with a layer of incrustations that hides the original surface of the clay.
This charming bronze statuette (full cast) represents a young draped woman in motion (the weight of her body rests on the right leg).
This head, whose dimensions are approximately half life-size, was part of the funerary statue of a young man.
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