1st century AD

Female herma

Inv. Scu 1096 The Neo-Attic style herma shows the head carved in the style of the Korai of the Acropolis of Athens and wears a long tunic (underchiton and a Doric chiton with kolpos, the blousing of the chiton above…

Statuette of Asclepius

Inv. Scu 387 The bearded statuette, standing on the left leg with the right slightly bent, depicts Asclepius; the god wears a mantle (himation) which uncovers the right shoulder; since both the right arm and left hand are broken off,…

Statue of a Camillus

Inv. Scu 1184 Cast bronze statue with silver eyeballs, identified with a Camillus. In the Roman world, Camillus was the young man that helped the priest during the sacrifices to the gods. The figure wears a short, sleeved tunic, clasped…

Helmeted Head

Inv. Scu 581 Male head, wearing a richly decorated Attic style helmet, with a star with fourteen points above the forehead and animals (lion, bull, sphinx and griffin) on the top and back. Between the animals runs an elegant floral…

Statue of a hero

Inv. Scu 988 The statue represents a hero while getting on a chariot and it belonged to a group with chariot and horse. The reconstruction shows the young hero while getting on a chariot and holding the reins with his…

Colossal statue of a goddess (Diana?)

Inv. Scu 61 The colossal statue represents a goddess stepping forward. Its exact identification is still matter of debate, since there is no parallel for this specific iconographic type. The absence of bow and arrows and the pose appear to…

Bearded herma

Inv. Scu 7 Herma of a bearded deity with hair parted on the forehead and held up by a thin band; wavy locks fall down on the shoulders. The herma is a companion to a similar exemplar also displayed in…

Headless statue of Chrysippus

Inv. Scu 1635 The statuette depicts a seated philosopher that has been recognized as Chrysippus, thanks to the numerous existing replicas. Seated on a throne decorated with feline paws, he is wearing a cloak that falls from his shoulders and…

Marble horse lacking the head

Inv. Scu 1089 Pentelic marble horse, partially reassembled from numerous fragments. The horse is depicted standing with its front left and back right legs moved forward. The coat is treated in fluid locks that fall in elegant curves. The horse…

Ideal female head

Inv. Scu 10 The colossal head is a copy made to replace the original that can no longer be displayed due to conservation issues; it was mounted with the original neck in a modern bust and also shows numerous modern…