Reproduction of a figure of Roman origin made in lost wax bronze.
Measurements: Width: 12 cm. Depth: 10 cm. Height: 31 cm.
Reproduction of a Roman statuette of a man in a toga. The original, dating from the 1st century AD, was found in Puente Puñide (Gonzar, La Coruña), and is currently on display in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid (M.A.N.).
Figure representing a young man, with locks of hair on his forehead, dressed in a toga as a symbol of a free Roman citizen, wearing a tunic under the toga. Identified as a household genie, the protective spirit of a person. The protective gods of the family were located in a small chapel in the house called a lararium.
Decorative elements, archaeological reproductions from antiquity. Ideal for decoration or as a gift.