Marble statue of the Egyptian goddess Isis. The right hand has been restored as that of the goddess Ceres, holding ears of corn, a poppy-head and a date. The left hand holds the situla (pail) carried in processions by worshippers of Isis.

An00377287 001 l

Thing

Made Of
marble
Type of Thing
statue
Subject
classical deity, devotee/worshipper

Place

Found In
Rome
In Gallery
G70

Time

Acquired In
1805
Made
120-150
Period/Culture
Roman

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