65. Head of Hera (?)3D Model
Description: Female head wears an unadorned crown that stands above her hair to the front of her head and decreases in height to the back of her head. The hair is parted at the middle of the forehead. The hair sweeps away from hairline along the face to the back of the head into a chignon. Four long curls fall down the neck below the chignon in curly “corkscrew” locks. Hair is unfinished in the back. Earlobes show below the hairline. Eyelids are outlined. Lips are full. The nose and nostrils are clearly defined, as are the eyebrows. Perhaps it portrays Hera, Queen on Olympus.
Measurements (cm): H: 13.9 W: 9.0 L: 11.8
Weiss, Harvey. 1985. Ebla to Damascus: Art and Archaeology of Ancient Syria: An Exhibition from the Directorate-General of Antiquities and Museums, Syrian Arab Republic. Pp 418-419.
This model was created with 146 images at 6000 x 4000 resolution in Bentley ContextCapture.