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The piece, cut in a single block of marble, is a miniature temple. On the basis of the temple is carved a bilingual inscription, in Latin and Greek, which bears the name of the dedicant Caius Hereniuns Charito. The two statues are framed by Corinthian columns and represent the goddess Nemesis in double representation. The piece was discovered in Constanta, in the year 1962. The piece is dated around the III century A.D. MATERIALS: White marble; h 1.05 m, width 0.73 m, height of each statue 0.63m. LOCATION: Museum of National History and Archaeology in Constanta, Romania