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In ancient Greece, a herma is a head at the top of plain squared section used to mark the meeting of the roads and the bounderies of land. They were the object of popular worship. In the Roman world, double-heads "hermai" depend on the decoration of elegants houses, particularly in their garden.

(c) STC
(c) STC
Haut-Empire (Ier-milieu IIIe siècle ?). Inv. Ra 11
H. 22,5 ; L. 14,2 ; P. 15
Lu 114 fois

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