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Arte romana, oscillum a disco con attys e mostro marino. Museo territoriale del Lago di Bolsena

Arte romana, oscillum a disco con attys e mostro marino. Museo territoriale del Lago di Bolsena

Relief of Priest sacrificing to Cybele. Relief of Priest sacrificing to Attis, terracotta, 3rd century CE, Museo Ostiense, Ostia, Italy.

Relief of Priest sacrificing to Cybele. Relief of Priest sacrificing to Attis, terracotta, 3rd century CE, Museo Ostiense, Ostia, Italy.

Funerary head of Attis, National Roman Legion Museum. From the cemetery to the west of the fortress. These heads probably adorned tombs, as finials. Attis frequently appears in funerary contexts, as a symbol of both death an life to come.

Funerary head of Attis, National Roman Legion Museum. From the cemetery to the west of the fortress. These heads probably adorned tombs, as finials. Attis frequently appears in funerary contexts, as a symbol of both death an life to come.

[Young Attis. Parian marble. 2nd cent. CE (age of Hadrian). Paris, National Library.

[Young Attis. Parian marble. 2nd cent. CE (age of Hadrian). Paris, National Library.

Greek marble head of Athena, Hellenistic, ca. 200 BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Greek marble head of Athena, Hellenistic, ca. 200 BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Marble head of Epikouros, 2nd century A.D.. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1911 (11.90) #mustache #movember

Marble head of Epikouros, 2nd century A.D.. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1911 (11.90) #mustache #movember

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