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Roman head sculpture of faun in marble ancient Africa

4 800 €

About

Roman era sculpture bas-relief, antique architectural element representing a head of faun, the forest god, 1st century AD archaeology. Found in the excavations of the temple of Caracalla in Tebessa, Roman africa, Algeria.

Characteristics

  • Time:1st century
  • Origin:Algeria
  • Material or technique:Marble
  • Sizes:17 x 14.5 x 5.5 cm (Width x Height x Depth)
  • Reference:692

Conservation status

Really good condition

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