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Roman statuette of Magna Mater

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Marble head of an old woman
Roman statuette of Magna Mater

Roman terracotta statuette of Magna Mater. Object is dated back to 3rd-4th century CE. It was found in ancient Sirmium, present-day Sremska Mitrovica (northern Serbia). This figurine has prominent breasts and belly of pregnant woman, symbols of fertility. Artifact currently is located in Collection of Srem Museum in Sremska Mitrovica.


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