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A Bronze bust of Silenus with silver eyes, 27 BC - AD 395, 20 x 10 cm (length x width). Silenus was a minor Greco-Roman rustic god of drunkenness and winemaking, and a companion of Dionysus. Both were often depicted as older overweight and balding men (from habitual heavy drinking), silenus often having the features of a horse such as equine ears, and or tail and legs.
Link to catalog entry here: https://collections.ashmolean.org/object/480351
Images captured using multiple cameras on a PalaeoPi MKIII automated turntable with polarised and non-polarised light. Models generated using Agisoft Metashape, retopology done using Instant Meshes, texture remapping and normal mapping done using Blender.
Reproduced with permission from the Ashmolean Museum, © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.