Inv. Scu 52
The statue rests on its left leg while the right is slightly bent; the figure is wearing a cloak (himation), tied across her torso, and a long short-sleeved peplos.
The head, not pertinent to the body, is characterized by a hairstyle with soft curls parted in the middle and has been dated to the 2nd century AD on the basis of several comparisons with other similar iconographic models.
Additional analogous aspects include the lengthened-oval face framed by hair parted on the lower forehead, the detail of the small mouth, quite open and the ears hidden by locks of hair, with a curl that is raised up from the hairline.
The figure, carefully sculpted even on the backside, was likely made in first half of the 1st century AD (0-50 AD).
The sculpture was donated by Pius V to the Capitoline Museums. It was probably found in Rome.