Julia Mamaea.

Marble. Ca. 222—235 CE.
Inv. No. L.2007.18.1.

New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Description:
Roman marble portrait of Julia Mamaea, mother of the future emperor Alexander Severus (who ruled Rome from 222-235 CE/A.D. She was the niece of Julia Domna. Her hair is generally parted in the middle and represented with the “scalloped” waves. This portrait is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (inv. L.2007.18.1). Severan Period.
Credits:
© 2010. Photo, text: Roger B. Ulrich.
RUSSIAN

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