The godís head, turned towards his left shoulder, belonged to a statue. The god wore a pine wreath. The hair shows the influence of effigies of Alexander the Great, who set a fashion in sculpture. The face is framed by thick hair, falling symmetrically in heavy locks at both sides, and by a beard. The deep-set eyes express little emotion. Only the partly-open mouth gives the face an ecstatic and dreamy quality.
E. Mavleev, D. Vanhove
O. Waldhauer, Die antiken Skulpturen der Ermitage (Berlin, 1931) no. 48 p. 8 pl. XXIX.