Crude terracotta figure of a man, possibly from a chariot group. Handmade and solid, with simple lower torso (not intended to be seen). Dense yellow fabric with buff surface and coarse black and white inclusions.
- Production date
Height: 9.40 centimetres
Thickness: 2.40 centimetres
Width: 4.10 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Male figure, probably from a chariot, with parallels from Cyprus (Karageorghis 1995, I(viii)23; II(v)1, 11; British Museum GR 1873,0320.161 from Idalion; GR 1950,0731.2 from Halicarnassus). A close parallel from Brak, Syria (British Museum ME 1937,1211.131), is probably from an earlier period.
Karageorghis, V. 1995. The coroplastic art of ancient Cyprus. IV. The Cypro-Archaic Period small male figurines. Nicosia, University of Cyprus.
- Not on display
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: AN1896-1908-G.1046 (Accession Number)