The sculpture of Diana is one of the best preserved of Italica. It was discovered fortuitously in 1900, at the summit of hill of San Antonio (Santiponce), west of the Roman theater.

Together with other sculptures located in this area, including those of Venus and Mercurius, it must be part of the monumentalization the northwestern part of the city, above the theater, probably carried out in the second century AD.

Today is exhibited at the Museo Arqueológico de Sevilla.


  • Title: Sculpture of Diana
  • Date Created: Hadrian period
  • Location: Seville, (Spain)
  • Physical Dimensions: 2,34 x 0,80 x 0,61 m
  • Type: Sculpture
  • Rights: Photography: Martín García Pérez 2003
  • Medium: Sculpture

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