Reverse of statuette of Minerva: 1st - 5th century
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Roman bronze statuette of Minerva - reverse. Minerva is depicted on a standing position, she is wearing the aegis; a peplos - tubular cloth folded at the top and pinned over the sholders; and a Corinthian-type helmet; in her right hand she holds a patera, and her left hand is raised, having originally held something, perhaps a spear.
43 AD - 410 AD