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Title: Togate statue and separately worked head, perhaps of Stephanus, proconsul of Asia; Ephesus; 4th to 6th century
Start date: 300
End date: 599
Historical Period: Early Byzantine/Late Antique Period

Overlife-size togate statue and separately worked head found nearby, perhaps of Stephanus, proconsul of Asia; Ephesus; 4th to 6th century. Statue of a standing man in mature age. Figure stands with weight over the right leg. The right arm is raised holding the mappa. The left forearm is projecting, holding a sceptre. A bundle upright scrolls supports the statue of the right leg. The statue wears a late antique toga over two tunics and the senatorial calcei.

Chronological details: 4th to 6th century

Size: H: 2,02 m.
Place: Ephesus Museum, Turkey  
Languages: No linguistic content; Not applicable
Medium: marble (rock)
Project: BYZART Project  
Fond: OUC Georgios Deligiannakis Archive  
Physical type: statues
Material and technique: sculpture in the round
Data provider: Open University of Cyprus  
Rights holder: Museum of Ephesus  
Appears in Collections:BYZART

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