Terracotta figure of woman dancing with krotala, drapery pressed back against her stomach and legs and billowing out at its lower edge, her left hand holds a pair of krotala against her left thigh; only front from stomach to knees survives. Coarse orange-brown clay.
- 2ndC BC-1stC BC
- Made in: Cyprus
- Found/Acquired: Kyrenia, tomb (vicinity)
- (Europe,Cyprus,Kyrenia (district),Kyrenia)
- Height: 7.5 centimetres
Excavated in 1883.
Greek & Roman Antiquities
- 420-1896 (V&A number)
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Object reference number: GAA80972
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