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Statuette of an Enthroned Figure

A work made of bronze and silver inlay.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of bronze and silver inlay.


1st century



About this artwork

This statuette is thought to depict Concordia, the Roman personification of harmony, one of the four principal virtues of the Roman Empire. Concordia sits on a high-backed throne and wears an ornamental headband, a long tunic tied above her waist, and a cloak, which drapes over her left shoulder and lap. The figure likely held a libation dish in her extended right hand and a cornucopia (horn of plenty) in her missing left hand.


On View, Gallery 152


Arts of the Ancient Mediterranean and Byzantium


Ancient Roman


Statuette of an Enthroned Figure


Roman Empire (Object made in)

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1 CE–100 CE


Bronze and silver inlay


15.5 × 8.1 × 9.5 cm (6 1/8 × 3 3/8 × 3 3/4 in.)

Credit Line

Wirt D. Walker Endowment

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