Inv. Scu 201
This bust portrays a young woman whose face is gently turned to the left. The elongated oval of the face is dominated by wide eyes, with iris and pupil incised, and prominent nose; the slightly protruding lips convey a sulky expression.
The hair is parted in the centre and tied back in a tall knot of thick braids on the nape.
The bust was purchased by the Capitoline Museum from the collection of cardinal Alessandro Albani in 1733.