Atrio (PN)

Female statue

Inv. Scu 38 The female statue wears a thin tunic (chiton) and a mantle (himation) also covering the head. The right hand holding the spool and the left hand grasping the folders of the mantle are modern restorations. The sculptural…

Crouching lion

Inv. Scu 50 This lion is shown crouching: this is a rather uncommon feature in antiquity and the pose may have been altered by modern restorations. Lions like this are most frequently represented squatting, standing on four legs or leaping…

Inscribed cippus

Inv. Scu 1898 The pedestal consists of a plinth decorated with a listel, a “cyma reversa” moulding, a fillet and a band, coarsely carved with a chisel. The lower side and the back are not visible. The current upper surface…

Statue of a Bacchante

Inv. Scu 39 Female statue wearing a long robe (peplos) with the hem falling on her shoulders (apoptygma) and short cloak (clamys). The head wears a small corn-ear wreath (made in plaster and product of restoration). Some attributes lead to…

Female statue, so-called Aspasia Type

Inv. Scu 41 Marble statue made according to the type known as Aspasia and very popular in the Roman period, especially as the base of portrait heads. The female statue, in tunic and cloak, is characterized by the extreme rigidity…

Statue of Artemis

Inv. Scu 62 The statue features Artemis/Diana. The goddess is wearing a short tunic (chiton), a cloak knotted horizontally on the waist with wide puffs and high hunting footwear. The statuary type is known through numerous copies and most likely…

Statue of Hadrian in toga

Inv. Scu 54 The larger-than-life statue shows the emperor Hadrian standing, resting on his left leg, his right leg slightly behind and moved to the side; his arms have been partly restored, his left bent at the elbow is extended…

Statue of Faustina the Elder

Inv. Scu 48 The Empress Faustina, wife of Antonius Pius, is depicted in the Concordia type, with the cornucopia in her left hand and a bowl (patera) in her right. She is wearing a mid-sleeved tunic and a cloak, that…

Female statue with cornucopia

Inv. Scu 51 The figure is wearing a sleeved chiton, girt with a belt just below her breasts. Over the chiton the figure wears a cloak that falls from the left shoulder and covers the legs almost entirely. The statue…