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[Object]  S 166: Portrait Statue of the Emperor Hadrian

Colossal statue, the legs broken off; the head, the left arm from the shoulder and the right arm from the elbow, all made separately, are missing. The figure wears kilt, corselet and cloak. The corselet ... 117-138 A.D.

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[Object]  S 220: Portrait Head Fragment of Female Figure

Upper part of much damaged head, over life-size. Back of head broken away. Remains of close set eyes and upper part of nose; spreading ears. Front hair waved, bordered at brow by row of flat ringlets ... Julio-Claudian period.

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[Object]  S 224: Portrait Head Fragment of Male Figure

Crown of head, brow and eyes preserved, the hair brushed down over the forehead in long locks reaching nearly to the eyebrows. Fair work; probably broken from a high relief. Pentelic marble. Drilled for ... Early Antonine period.

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[Object]  S 248: Head of Female Figure

Broken off just below the chin, the features largely worn away, the back both worn and broken. Head of over life-size figure. The hair is drawn down over the forehead in broad waves, covering the ears ... 4th c. A.D.

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[Object]  S 258: Portrait Head of Female Figure from Relief

The back sliced off obliquely; the small head broken off at the top of the neck; nose and right side of forehead broken. Above the waving hair is preserved part of a headdress on which a rough ovolo pattern, ... Antonine period.

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[Object]  S 270: Portrait Head of Male Figure

Nose missing. Surface somewhat worn and chipped. The bearded head made to set in to a separate body, with the neck terminating in a conical 'key' to fit into a socket. The man is bald, the hair at the ... 2nd century A.D.

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[Object]  S 333: Portrait Head of Male Figure

Head of an unknown, middle aged man in a skullcap. The head is broken off at the base of the neck; most of the right ear, the end of the nose and the tip of the left ear are missing. Chips gone from the ... 1st c. B.C.

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[Object]  S 335: Portrait Head of Male Figure

The head is considerably over life-size, broken off below the beard; the tip of the nose is missing, and the back of the head has a rectangular patch of hair (doweled on, with the dowel still in place) ... Early Antonine period.

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[Object]  S 336: Portrait Head of Female Figure

The back of the head was apparently attached separately as the head is cut off in a line running obliquely from a point directly above the ears to one on the back of the neck. There is a cutting for attachment ... 145-175 A.D.

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[Object]  S 347: Portrait Head of Male Figure

The nose and chin have been considerably damaged. At the base of the neck, a roughly picked tongue indicates that the head was inserted into a separate body. Head, larger than life-size, perhaps of Trajan ... Flavian period.