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6074. Very fine and rare Greek terracotta funerary siren.

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Very fine and rare terracotra funerary siren : similar to one in the Louvre.
The pose here, with a hand raised to her breasts and the other to her hair is the iconic typical gestures of mourning. She has the typical webbed talon feet.
This form of funerary siren  comes from  the ancient city of  Myrina one of the Aeolian cities on the western coast of Mysia  (in  northwest ancient Asia Minor/ Anatolia ( part of modern Turkey) There is a similar one in the Louvre museum.
Some very vague remnants of pink paint.
1st century BC
Ex my own collection
Acquired 1989
Price: 1995 GBP

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