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Statuette of a Bearded Man
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A bronze statuette of a bearded man standing with his left hand raised; his right hand is at his side and is gripping some object. The upper part of his body is completely naked although he wears a garment that covers the lower part of his body down to his knees. Part of the right leg and foot is missing.

Dimensions:  Height 9.7 cm

Attributes Attributes

Culture:

Greco-Roman

Technique:

General Techniques
  Cast
  Metal Techniques
  Cast

Style:

Ptolemaic Period

Materials:

Non Organic
  Bronze
Type Type

Type:

Figurine
Map Map

Location: 

Tanta Museum

Created: 

Egypt
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Created: 

2nd Century BC

Acquired: 

1989 AD
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