Bust of Lucius Verus.

Marble. Third quarter of the 2nd century.
Height 38 in. (96.5 cm)
TLY03C.

Royal-Athena Galleries

Origin:
From an ancient private collection; castle Pierredon, Egguire, France.
2004 — New York, Royal-Athena Galleries.
Description:
Emperor in 161—169. It is dressed in an armour from above draped with a paludamentum, retained of fibula on a right shoulder.
Insignificant restoration works of 18 century in the field of the person (a nose, a upper lip).
Literature:
Cf. head from the Toledo Art Museum, publ.: C. Vermeule, Greek and Roman Sculpture in America, no. 287.
Credits:
© Photo, text: Royal-Athena Galleries
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