Terracotta figure of standing woman. Fragment of head only. Her forehead is framed by an arch of semicircular curls, parted in the middle above her forehead and worn back into a pointed headdress. Her face is thin with prominent nose and bulging eyes. Mould-made and solid. Pink-brown clay without mica.
- Production date
- (mid-late)5thC BC
Height: 3.80 centimetres
Length: 3 centimetres
Width: 2.60 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Gutch states this is from the Hellenion, dating this to between 500BC and 450 BC (Gutch 1899, pl. 12.27). Parallels for this type, but different mould series, from Naukratis (Bolton Museum 1911.44.25 Oxford AN1896-1908-E.4752). Parallel from Kamiros, Rhodes (Jacopi 1930, 100, fig. 86). See parallel from Lindos (Blinkenberg 1931, pl. 98, nos. 2154, 2156).
Blinkenberg, C. 1931. Lindos. Fouilles de l’Acropole 1902-1914, I. Les petits objets, Berlin.
Jacopi, G. 1930. Esplorazione archeologica di Camiro I. Clara Rhodos IV. Scavi Nelle Necropoli Camiresi 1929-1930.
- Not on display
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: AN1896-1908-G.94 (Accession Number)