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English: Bust of Aspasia, identified through an inscription. Marble, Roman copy after an Hellenistic original. From Torre della Chiarrucia (Castrum Novum) near Civitavecchia.
Français : Buste d'Aspasie, identifiée grâce à l'inscription. Marbre, copie romaine d'après un original hellénistique. Provenance : Torre della Chiarrucia (Castrum Novum) près de Civitavecchia.
Museo Pio-Clementino, Muses Hall
Accession number Inv. 272
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2006)
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