Inv. Scu 843
This bust is believed to represent one of the sons of Constantine the Great.
The bust depicts a bearded young man who glances to the left with a disgruntled expression upon his face. His forehead is incised with a deep v that draws his eyebrows together. His hair is carefully arranged in small curls around his face.
Once part of a statue, the head of parian marble has been placed on a base in a frontal position.
Early constantine period (306-330 d.C.)
The head was found on the Esquiline hill in Rome.