Salone (PN)

Female statue

Inv. Scu 647 Female portrait on a peplos statue. The statue does not belong to the head, and integration of the snake and patera, which lead to identify the statue with Hygieia, are also arbitrary. The body of the female…

Female Statue

Inv. Scu 641 The figure has been restored as if it represented a Muse, with the addition of a theatre mask in her left hand and a flute in her right. These integrations are not good additions at all: the…

Statue of a wounded Amazon

Inv. Scu 637 The woman is wearing a light chiton fastened only on one shoulder that leaves her right breast bare, and a chlamys that falls on her shoulders and is visible only at the joint of the neck. The…

Modern bust of emperor Trajan

Inv. Scu 630 The colossal bust of the emperor Trajan may date to the 16th century, based on the sculpting style. The inscription on its base makes reference to the acquisition of the pedestal (not the bust) by the Conservatori…

Statue of Athena

Inv. Scu 629 The goddess wears a chiton fastened right under the breast where there is the image of a short aegis with Gorgoneion and sandals. The Corinthian helmet is placed on the ancient head, not original to this statue.…

Statue of a Muse

Inv. Scu 653 This sculpture represents a standing Muse, clad in a chiton with short sleeves and a cloak that passes over her left shoulder and under her right arm; she wears sandals on her feet, while three feathers adorn…

Statue of an Athlete

Inv. Scu 633 The statue represents a young athlete standing still. His left leg is moved forward and bent and his head is turned torwards his right shoulder; the short, curly hair shows a greater detail on the back of…

Colossal statue, perhaps Hera

Inv. Scu 642 The goddess is wearing a long robe (chiton) with rich drapery formed by large sleeves that billow out from the belt around her and a cloak that slides down behind her and covers both shoulders; the scepter…

Statue of a Magistrate

Inv. Scu 635 This statue represents a gowned figure, likely a Roman magistrate. A basket for storing scrolls stands next to his left leg – this object is functional as well as decorative and acts as the support for the…

Colossal Statue of Apollo Citharoedus

Inv. Scu 628 The god Apollo is represented naked, with the exception of a himation (cloak) that falls in full-bodied folds and covers the lower half of the figure. The figure carries its weight on the right leg, while stepping…