A barbarian woman prisoner, so-called Thusnelda. Detail.

Marble. Early II century CE, with heavy modern restorations.

Florence, Loggia of Lanzi

Literature:
W. Amelung, Führer durch die Antiken in Florenz (München 1897) Cat. no. 6;
H. Brunn F. Bruckmann, Denkmäler griechischer und römischer Skulptur I (München 1902) Cat. no. 266;
G. Capecchi, BdA 60, 1975, 172 Ill. 67 Cat. no. 3;
H. Dütschke, Antike Bildwerke in Oberitalien III. Die antiken Marmorbildwerke der Uffizien in Florenz (Leipzig 1878) Cat. no. 560;
C. Gasparri, AA 1979, 534 Ill. 17. 20.
Credits:
RUSSIAN

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