Inv. Scu 811
Female statue restored as Thalia, Muse of Comedy, through the addition of a flute in her left hand (only a fragment is still visible today) and a theatre mask in her right.
The shoes, at the feet of the Muse, with interwoven straps (calcei matronali) and the peculiar position of the cloak, gathered and resting on the left arm, are noteworthy.
The head, wearing a laurel-wreath, was also added during a restoration that certainly occurred before 1584, when the work was represented for the first time.
The work was probably found in Rome.