Large bronze statue of an eagle, with wings partially open, and head turned to the viewer's left. The eagle's left leg is raised, probably to hold a globe or thunderbolt. The feathers are carefully delineated with incisions, and take different shapes and forms on the body, head, leg and wings.
Cast in several parts (head and neck; wings made separately and inserted; end of wings made separately and inserted; body; end of tail (now missing)). The eagle is far too large to have been an attribute, and it has been suggested that it stood on a column.
The end of the tail and the right foot are missing. The tip of the left wing is completely restored.