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Bust of man from reign of Domitian

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Bust of a Roman man. The hairstyle is characteristic for the time of the reign of Domitian (81-96 CE). The hair was short and combed in waves; in addition, the man had a small beard. The object is located at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in the USA.

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