Although deprived of the cup that the god extended in his right hand and the horn of plenty supported by the left arm, this figurine is perhaps the most beautiful of a rather abundant series.
One will observe the nobility of the face, the very animated movement of the body, the elegance of the draped clothes.
Coming from a private collection in Lyon, but with no precise origin, it was acquired by the Museum of Gallo-Roman Civilization in Lyon in 1885.
Reproduction in patinated resin
Height: 20 cm.
Length: 8,5 cm.
Depth: 7 cm.
Period: 1st century AD, Gallo-Roman period
Museum: Lyon - Museum of the Gallo-Roman civilization