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English: Young girl reading. Roman bronze statuette after a Hellenistic model. From Rome.
Français : Jeune fille lisant un livre. Bronze gallo-romain, seconde moitié du Ier siècle ap. J.-C.
Main floor, larger room
Credit line Caylus Collection
References Caylus, Recueil, VII, pl. XXVI, 1–3
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen ( User:Jastrow), 2008-04-11


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