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Head, 525 BC, Sicily, Selinus, 6th Century BC. Cleveland Museum of Art, USA.

Head, 525 BC, Sicily, Selinus, 6th Century BC. Cleveland Museum of Art, USA.

Head of a Girl (Getty Museum). This little girl wears her hair pulled back in a lobed, braided hairstyle called a melon coiffure by scholars.

Head of a Girl (Getty Museum). This little girl wears her hair pulled back in a lobed, braided hairstyle called a melon coiffure by scholars.

A new portrait probably of Julia, daughter of Augustus, was excavated at a villa Aranova in Fiumicino, in a villa discovered in December (not the Niobid villa). The initial phase of this monumental villa rustica dates from the later Republican period the first century BC, although there was major renovation in the second century AD; the head was found in a area where food was stored. Because of its scale, archaeologists are speculating that it might have been an Imperial villa.

Torna alla luce il volto di Giulia figlia dell'imperatore Augusto - Roma - Repubblica.it

A new portrait probably of Julia, daughter of Augustus, was excavated at a villa Aranova in Fiumicino, in a villa discovered in December (not the Niobid villa). The initial phase of this monumental villa rustica dates from the later Republican period the first century BC, although there was major renovation in the second century AD; the head was found in a area where food was stored. Because of its scale, archaeologists are speculating that it might have been an Imperial villa.

Head of a Ptolemaic queen [Greek] (2002.66) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Head of a Ptolemaic queen [Greek] (2002.66) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marble Head of Hera - Hellenistic period, 2nd century BC, 44 cm - Archaeological Museum, Tirana

Marble Head of Hera - Hellenistic period, 2nd century BC, 44 cm - Archaeological Museum, Tirana

A GREEK MARBLE HEAD OF A YOUTH  HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA LATE 4TH-EARLY 3RD CENTURY B.C.  Depicted with a smooth round face, his heavy-lidded almond-shaped eyes slightly convex, the bridge of his nose merging with his gently-arching brows, with a small mouth and full lips, his wavy locks brushed forward and bound in a diadem, covering the tops of his ears, with an upturned fringe along his forehead, breaking to the right and left at the center  8 1/8 in. (20.7 cm.) high

A GREEK MARBLE HEAD OF A YOUTH HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA LATE 4TH-EARLY 3RD CENTURY B.C. Depicted with a smooth round face, his heavy-lidded almond-shaped eyes slightly convex, the bridge of his nose merging with his gently-arching brows, with a small mouth and full lips, his wavy locks brushed forward and bound in a diadem, covering the tops of his ears, with an upturned fringe along his forehead, breaking to the right and left at the center 8 1/8 in. (20.7 cm.) high

Terracotta female head,late classical o hellenistic period,4th century BC  Greek

Terracotta female head,late classical o hellenistic period,4th century BC Greek

Marble head of a woman, perhaps a queen // Greek, Hellenistic, 1st C. BC // Metropolitan Museum of Art

Les nus lumineux de Fernand Fonssagrives

Marble head of a woman, perhaps a queen // Greek, Hellenistic, 1st C. BC // Metropolitan Museum of Art

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