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Statuette of a water-carrier
Sculpture
Roman work inspired by a Greek original from the early 5th century B.C.
Rosso antico marble

Found at Poggio Mirteto, in the land of the Sabines, in a small temple dedicated to Iuppiter Liber, a deity who represented a combination of Jove and Dionysus. The statuette is Roman-era work inspired by 5th-century B.C. Greek models.

Provenance: From Poggio Mirteto, Latium
Inventory: Inv. MB 116

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