Terracotta group of standing bearded figure with attendants; balding and bearded elderly man dressed in tunic leaving his right shoulder bare, standing with head turned slightly to his left; five small figures, probably children, grouped around man's knees, children are now relatively indistinct but are dressed in knee-length tunics. Coarse, pale brown to dark clay (with shell inclusions); white coating, dark red on hair of bearded figure, yellow and blue on garments.
- 3rdC BC-1stC BC
- Made in: Cyrenaica (archaic)
- Height: 11.1 centimetres
Greek & Roman Antiquities
Group of Objects
Terracotta figure of bearded male standing with small attendants; bearded figure waering hooded cape or paenula with edges fastened together on his chest; the five small figures appear to shelter under the folds of the man's cape. Orange clay; white coating, pink on flesh of male figure and attendants.
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Object reference number: GAA60116
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