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Roman Terracotta Head of a Isis Fortuna

Pegasus Gallery Antiquities


Roman terracotta head of a goddess, possibly Isis-Aphrodite, with large hairstyle of bands of curls piled to the top in a arch shape imitating Flavian period hairstyles. Holes to the ears, stylised features to the face. Mounted on a custom made stand. 115mm including stand. Provenance: Ex. Private Collection of Michael Green, Tiverton region, collection formed between 1970's - 2012.

Collections: Ancient Roman Antiquities, New Items

Type: Unknown Type

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