Bronze head of emperor with socket for insertion into statue, Metropolis (Thessalia), now Athens Archaeological Museum
Preserved in one piece from the top of the head to the neck and most of a joining socket for insertion. The face is clean-shaven and youthful. The hair, which fits the head like a cap is brushed forward onto the forehead and temples in thin, long strands, forming a shallow arch. Probably 4th century.
4th century AD
Max. H 0.23 (overall); Max. H. 0.17 (chin to hairline)
Open University of Cyprus