The form is supporting itself on the right, bending its hips to the left, and the torso is leaning in the same direction. It is wearing a garment covering part of the body.
It was found at the excavation of the Prytaneion of Ambracia and dates back to the Hellenistic Period.
It is exhibited at the Archaeological Museum of Arta (INo 3086), in Hall A/ Public Life/ Public Worship.
“All rights pertaining to the depicted antiquities are reserved by the Ministry of Culture and Sports (Law 4858/2021)”
“The artefact (Headless female form marble figurine) with Index No (INo 3086) is part of the permanent exhibition of the Archaeological Museum of Arta and falls under the authority of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Arta”
“Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports – Archaeological Resources Fund”