Reddish marble carved votive relief of Selene: a female bust to the front in an arched niche, draped in a sleeved chiton, and with her hair parted in the middle and brought down over her ears, nose now missing, surrounded by a crescent on her head, seven stars in the field around and the signs of the zodiac in low relief; inscribed beneath with an unitelligible Gnostic formula and noted in the catalogue that from its position the inscription appears to have been an afterthought.

An00007524 001 l

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