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Name: Head of a Youthful Satyr
Description: No provenance, present location unknown. H. 0.27m. Originally a bronze (?) bust of a young satyr, with a sharp chin and nose, cheeky smile, and slightly downcast eyes. His eyebrows are fine and arched high in mischief. His hair frames his face, waving back from his forehead in individual curly tendrils. His ears are elongated and pointed at the tip.
Date: From about 370 B.C. onwards.