Lot 67

A GROUP OF TERRACOTTA FIGURAL FRAGMENTS Circa 5th Century B.C. –  Roman Period Including a janus head of grotesque, 3.6cm high; a bearded janus head wearing a crown, 6.3cm high; a figure of a seated woman, 8.7cm; a terracotta female protome, 8.5cm high; an ithyphallic figure of a bearded satyr squatting on his haunches, 7cm high; a female head from a larger figure wearing a polos headdress, 11cm high; and a terracotta plaque depicting a gorgon, 6.7cm high, (6) Provenance: Private UK collection acquired in 1912 at a local auction; and thence by descent.

Estimate: £300-£500