104 objects
S1986.507

Standing man

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1986.507
S1986.510

Bust of a Woman

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1986.510
<p>Head of a female, carved from transluscent alabaster. Highly modelled, probably meant to be viewed only from the front. The facial features are rendered in detail. The eyes and eyebrows are recessed to receive inlay. The ears lie flat against the head, with some schematic incised interior detail. The nose is straight, with slight indication &#8230;</p>
S1986.511

Head of a Man

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1986.511
<p>Head of a bearded male, carved from transluscent alabaster. Highly modelled, probably meant to be viewed only from the front. The facial features are rendered in detail. The back surface has two large, straight and smooth tool marks running vertically from top to bottom. The eyes are recessed deeply and inlay is missing, as is &#8230;</p>
S1986.512

Head of a Male

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1986.512
<p>Head of a bearded male, carved from transluscent alabaster. highly modelled, probably meant to be viewed only from the front. The facial features are rendered in detail. The eyes are recessed, and once held shell or stone inlays. The ears protrude perpendicular to the beard with interior detail incised for a schematic rendering. The nose &#8230;</p>
S1986.515

Head of Male

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1986.515
<p>Head of a bearded male, of translucent travertine with natural orange veining. Highly modelled, probably meant to be viewed only from the front. The facial features are rendered in detail. The back surface of the sculpture is unfinished, cut flat with heavy chisel marks. The eyes are recessed and inlaid with stone or shell eyeballs; &#8230;</p>
S1986.516

Head of a Man

https://asia.si.edu/object/S1986.516
<p>Head of a bearded male, of transluscent alabaster. Highly modelled, probably meant to be viewed only from the front. The facial features rendered in some detail. The eyes are modelled, with no pupil or eyebrows represented. The ears protrude perpendicular to the head, with some interior detail is incised into the ears for schematic rendering. &#8230;</p>