Anatolian Greek Hēlios or Apollō figurine in child form

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dc.contributor CLARC CLARC en_US 2013-11-10T21:07:49Z 2013-11-10T21:07:49Z 2013-11-10
dc.identifier.other 471
dc.description Anatolian Greek, Smyrna (İzmir), c. 200 C.E. en_US
dc.description Broken statuette of Hēlios or Apollō in child form. The thick-cheeked face and its pug nose are round, the eyes inset, the mouth small and wide-lipped. The head is adorned with a patterned crown which suggests the rays of the sun, several waves of hair vitiable below. The right forearm is raised, the front and bottom of the figurine broken off beneath shoulders, the smooth and undecorated back broken off below the waist. A possible patch of water damage residue remains on the surface of the crown. en_US
dc.description 1992.471 en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Brandeis University, Department of Classical Studies en_US
dc.format.extent Height: 7.1 cm. (2.795”) en_US
dc.format.extent Width: 6.3 cm. (2.480”) en_US
dc.format.extent Depth: 1.8 cm. (0.708”) en_US
dc.format.medium Ceramic
dc.language No linguistic content
dc.language.iso zxx
dc.rights Copyright held by CLARC. en_US
dc.title Anatolian Greek Hēlios or Apollō figurine in child form en_US
dc.type Figurine en_US May 30, 2016 en_US
dc.contributor.department Department of Classical Studies

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