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Part of a classical figure sculpture possibly of a sea god, such as Neptune or Oceanus, with a dolphin. Only the left leg and the dolphin remain. It is made of marble from the Greek islands and it dates from the first or second century AD, making it the oldest of the well sculptures here. It was already an antique when it was destroyed and imported as a finished work of art. It could have been a temple offering but it is more likely it was a prized object decorating a wealthy private household.
Scanned by Thomas Flynn on behalf of Sketchfab for the Cuming Museum.
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