|New Confiscations in Hama |
|11/10/2014 - عدد القراءات : 1355|
The concerned authorities in the city of Hama have confiscated a mosaic dating back to the Roman or the Byzantine era with dimensions of /225 × 110 cm/. It is almost complete including the internal subject and the external frame. The internal subject shows unclear feminine bust located in the middle of a rectangular frame surrounded by a semi-circular frame.
They Also confiscated an archaeological artifact which is part of a small statue of marble stone, its length is /35 cm/, width at the shoulders /20 cm/ and at the waist /15 cm/, it also shows the pectoral muscles and the rear end. The confiscated statue with missing head. It is likely that its history in terms of form and method of sculpture dates back to the Roman period.
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