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Girl holding flowers, circa 480-460 BC BC (body), head of Hellenistic period, Cypriot production, Provenance of Amathonte (Cyprus), excavations of Ed. Paridant, limestone painted. Inv. A.875 (Fr. Ed. Paridant of Aerschot, 1874). Musée d’Art et d’Histoire (Musée du Cinquantenaire, Brussels, Belgium). Made with ReMake and ReCap from AutoDesk.
This girl wears a tunic and a coat adorned with red bands and crosses, bracelets and a necklace, and holds in her left hand a bouquet of daffodils. The head, more recent, was joined to the body in modern times. The holding and the gesture of the right hand holding the clothes are located in the Greek tradition of representations of young woman (kore). The jewels and the bouquet, however, are typically Cypriot, as well as the rigid attitude and the schematic character of the drapery. This figure represents a bearer of offering and probably stood in a sanctuary.
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