Terracotta figure of woman dancing and playing a harp, dancing forward, her left leg advanced, head turned out to the viewer, holding the harp against her right shoulder and chest, her left hand plucking at the strings, wearing chiton with long overfall belted with wide girdle under breasts. Coarse bright pinkish-orange clay (with large inclusions and a little mica).
- 2ndC BC-1stC BC
- Made in: Cyprus
- Excavated/Findspot: Trikomo
- (Europe,Cyprus,Famagusta (district),Trikomo)
- Height: 15 centimetres
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA60088
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