Stone Composite Bust of a Roman Flavian Lady Stone Composite Bust of a Roman Flavian Lady

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The double pronged crest and band made fashionable by Julia Titi, daughter of the Roman emperor Titus, who ruled during the Flavian dynasty...

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The double pronged crest and band made fashionable by Julia Titi, daughter of the Roman emperor Titus, who ruled during the Flavian dynasty from A.D. 79 to 81. Her dramatic, curling hairstyle with deeply drilled curls and chiaroscuro effect are typical of Roman sculpture in this period. Portraits of the women in the imperial family set fashions for the entire Roman Empire.

Cast in stone composite.  Please see our colour chart for available finishes. 

The double pronged crest and band made fashionable by Julia Titi, daughter of the Roman emperor Titus, who ruled during the Flavian dynasty from A.D. 79 to 81. Her dramatic, curling hairstyle with deeply drilled curls and chiaroscuro effect are typical of Roman sculpture in this period. Portraits of the women in the imperial family set fashions for the entire Roman Empire.

Cast in stone composite.  Please see our colour chart for available finishes. 

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