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Sitting Woman at The Louvre, Paris

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This young woman, siting cross legged upon a stool, wears a 'himation' (cloak) and a chiton (tunic) draping over the breast. This was a popular style of dressing at the end of the 4th Century BC. Her right arm is brought back around the face whilst the left rests on her seat. The fragments of this sculpture can be found around the actual sculpture in the museum, these pieces indicate that the sculpture would've been placed beside a funerary monument or 'naiskos' (a small temple).

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For all the lovers of the Louvre and Paris, here are some 3D print files from the collections of this magnificent museum.
I love the Louvre and I am very happy to share with you these beautiful works of art so you can 3D print them.

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