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File:Isis Musei Capitolini MC744.jpg


Artist Unknown
English: Isis holding a sistrum and an oinochoe.
Français : Isis tenant un sistre et une œnochoé.
Italiano: Iside con sistro e oinochoe.
Date from 117 until 138 BC ( Roman Empire)
Medium marble
Dimensions Height: 179 cm (70.5 in).
Palazzo Nuovo, first floor, Hall of the Dying Gaul
Accession number MC 744
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Place of discovery: Villa Adriana near Tivoli.

Albani Collection
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Date 12 September 2006
Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen (2006)
Source Own work
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