Marble statue of a woman.
Head and neck, feet, all left arm from socket, right forearm and hand are missing. A fragment of the right upper arm is rejoined with a plaster setting. The lower part of the legs was broken across and rejoined. The surface of the right breast is injured.
The woman stands to the front, the left foot advanced. The left hand is broken off below the shoulder, the right hand held up a bunch of the drapery, which is drawn across the legs in shallow folds. The dress is a chiton with overfold and ends hanging from each shoulder with zigzag borders. The chiton is low on the neck where there is a small vertical crease in front; otherwise the upper surface is very flat; the breasts are high and small. At the back above the feet the drapery is worked in columnar reedings.
White coarse-grained marble.
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Scanned : Photogrammetry (Processed using Agisoft PhotoScan)