Statuette of a semi-draped male, identified as Silvanus. According to Blundell the head was unbroken from the body. In his arm he holds a branch of a cypress. Restorations include both legs, below the knee with the correspondong support and the hand with the end of the branch.


  • Title: Statuette of Silvanus
  • Location Created: Europe: Southern Europe: Italy: Rome
  • Physical Dimensions: Overall: 660 mm x 200 mm
  • Rights: Gift of Col. Joseph W Weld, 1959
  • Medium: Marble

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