Roman woman (“Sabine”) with portrait head of Salonia Matidia, not belonging to the statue
Marble.
Early 2nd century CE.
Florence, Loggia of Lanzi Photo by Egisto Sani

Roman woman (“Sabine”) with portrait head of Salonia Matidia, not belonging to the statue.

Marble.
Early 2nd century CE.

Florence, Loggia of Lanzi

Origin:
Discovered in Rome in mid-16th century, presumably in the Forum of Trajan.
Description:
Roman woman, “Sabine”, with portrait head of Salonia Matidia, the niece of the emperor Trajan and the mother-in-law of the emperor Hadrian. Significant modern restorations.
Credits:
(cc) 2012. Photo, text: Egisto Sani (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0).
Keywords: marble marmor marmo testa ritratto femminile female portrait head statua statue of Salonia Matidia so-called Sabine woman female hairdo hairstyle coiffure acconciatura pettinatura femminile
History of Ancient Rome