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Roman Marble Head of a Barbarian

An ancient Roman marble bearded head of a barbarian with thick hair, turned to his left, from a relief.

Ca. 2nd – 3rd century AD.

6 3/4 in. (17.1 cm).

Formerly in the collection of Artemis A. W. Joukowsky (1930-2020) and Dr. Martha Sharp Joukowsky (1936-2022), Providence, Rhode Island.

Exhibited: Providence, List Art Center, Brown University, Love for Antiquity: Selections from the Joukowsky Collection, 12 October -8 November 1985.
Published: T. Hackens & R. Winkes, eds., Love for Antiquity: Selections from the Joukowsky Collection, Louvian-la-Neuve, (1985), pp. 106-107, no. 80.
Inv#: 8914

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