The Head of Seneca or Pseudo-Seneca bronze reproduction of the Roman bust, the end of the first century BC, discovered in Herculaneum in 1754 and displayed in the Archaeological Museum of Naples.
It depicts Lucio Seneca the famous Roman philosopher of the first century. A.D
Decorate your home with a classic Roman statue.
- Material: bronze, lost-wax casting, with glass and marble eyes
- Size: 19,6 x 13, inch (50 x 35 cm)
- Weight: 22 lb (10 kg)
Produced in Italy