Head of statue of Hermes, re-carved from earlier statue. Messene (Achaea). Early fourth century
Head of statue of Hermes, re-carved from earlier statue. Messene (Achaea). The lower portion of the body with bare legs is also preserved. Early fourth century. Found in the reception hall of a late Roman house together with an emperor of the same style and date.
H (overall) 0,32, (chin to hairline) 0,16 m.
4th-7th c. AD (Early Byzantine Period)
Open University of Cyprus