Portrait of a Roman lady. This small head from Iponuba, of provincial size, is a sign of assimilation of Roman fashions by the local Betic elites as early as the beginning of the 1st century. The hairstyle follows the pattern of the smooth type that distinguishes Antonia la Menor (36 BC - 37). The hair, wavy, starts from a central line and is combed evenly over the skull. The coarseness of the carving indicates that it is a local work, probably made by a craftsman in Iponuba itself.
Iponoba is the name of an Ibero-Roman city in the Betica region, located on the current Minguillar hill in the municipality of Baena.
Height 10 cm
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