Detail View: Pompeii Artistic Landscape Project I: PALP_31831

Santuario extraurbano del Fondo Iozzino. June 2017. Female statue possibly of Ceres/Demeter, dating to the mid to late 2nd century BC. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns. According to D'Ambrosio and Borriello, the statue was headless, fractured at about half of the neck. The back is recomposed from fragments; the right forearm is reattached. The right hand is missing; the fingers of the left, the toes and the base plate are missing. There are slight gaps and large abrasions on the rear of the statue and chipping in the drapery. Now in SAP deposits. Inventory number 13151. See D'Ambrosio A., Borriello M. 1990. Le Terrecotte Figurate Di Pompei. Roma: L'Erma di Bretschneider, 20, p. 26, tav. 6.
Michael Binns
Fondo Iozzino
Jackie and Bob Dunn
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