Roman statue - male

2nd century AD - Roman Period

National Museum of Archaeology

National Museum of Archaeology
Lisboa, Portugal

A male sculpture from the Roman Period wearing a tunic with a cover. The figure holds a bird and bunch of grapes. The figure may depict a devotee or priest from the divinity of the Sanctuary of the Endovelic respectively holding offerings or receiving them.


  • Title: Roman statue - male
  • Date Created: 2nd century AD - Roman Period
  • Location: National Museum of Archaeology
  • Provenance: S. Miguel da Mota, Alandroal. Portugal
  • Rights: Thales Leite ADF/DGPC
  • Medium: White marble
  • Art Movement: Roman art

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