Personifications of Cities: Ktesiphon and Seleukia (?), with a River God
Scene from a cycle “Personifications of Cities of Roman Empire” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos.
After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos MuseumPhoto by Ilya Shurygin

Personifications of Cities: Ktesiphon and Seleukia (?), with a River God.

Scene from a cycle “Personifications of Cities of Roman Empire” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos.
After 169 (166?) CE.

Vienna, Ephesos Museum

Credits:
© 2012. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.
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