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Marble bust of Agrippina the Younger

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Marble bust of Agrippina the Younger
Marble bust of Agrippina the Younger

Marble bust of the Roman Empress – possibly Agrippina the Younger (15-59 CE), sister of Caligula, niece and wife of Emperor Claudius, as well as mother of Nero.

In the sculpture, the empress is distinguished by intricately twisted and intertwined hair and a diadem.

It is located at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England. Dated to the period of her reign or the end of the 1st century CE.


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