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Roman Head presumed of Livia, spouse of Augustus, circa Ist century AD
Roman Head presumed of Livia, spouse of Augustus, circa Ist century AD - Ancient Art Style Roman Head presumed of Livia, spouse of Augustus, circa Ist century AD - Roman Head presumed of Livia, spouse of Augustus, circa Ist century AD -
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Period :
<= 16th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Marble
Dimensions :
H. 9.25 inch
Ancient Art  - Roman Head presumed of Livia, spouse of Augustus, circa Ist century AD <= 16th century - Roman Head presumed of Livia, spouse of Augustus, circa Ist century AD  - Roman Head presumed of Livia, spouse of Augustus, circa Ist century AD
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Roman Head presumed of Livia, spouse of Augustus, circa Ist century AD

Roman art, circa 1st century AD
Presumed portrait of Livia, wife of Augustus
Important carved marble head of a woman, possibly representing the Empress Livia (Diva Iulia Augusta, 58 BC-29 AD), second wife of the Emperor Augustus, from the front.
Her characteristic hairstyle is composed of long wavy locks separated by a middle part, it is covered with the palla.
Accidents.
Roman art, circa 1st century AD.
H. 23.5 cm (9 inches).

Provenance
Former collection of Thierry Le Luron (1952-1986).

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