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  - Bust of Kore
  - Plastic vase in a shape of an almond
  - Glass distaff
  - Vase decorated with stamped
  - Fragment of a female idole
  - Female statuette
  - Polo player
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Bust of Kore

Archaic Greece, 6th cent. BC.

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The young woman wears a polos (cylindrical cap) and earrings. Her long hair separated in two strands of hairs, fall over her shoulders, framing her chest. The arms are missing. The inflection of her lips in "v" shape (or inverted circumflex) is typical of the archaic statuary smiles, especially in the second quarter of the sixth century BC.

Mold and hollow terracotta.
H: 23 cm.
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