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LSA-24 Lower part of statue wearing chlamys (possibly of woman). Corinth (Achaea). Later 5th century.

City: Corinth Province: Achaea Region: Greece and South Balkans (with Epirus, Macedonia and Thrace)
Details: Agora, north end of West-shops
Current Location: Corinth museum inv. no. S-925
Object: Statue Material: Marble Re-Use? Yes
Clothing: cloak, chlamys; footwear, open, strapped shoes Hairstyle: Height(cm): 114
Attributes: Beard:
Honorand: Unknown Position: Provincial Governors Gender: Unknown
Awarder: Unknown Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Earliest: 450 Latest: 500
Gehn, U., Ehrenstatuen in der Spätantike. Chlamydati und Togati, Wiesbaden 2012, 482-4 no. O 45

Brown, A., Last Men Standing: Chlamydatus Portraits and Public Life in Late Corinth, Hesperia 81, 141-76, 2012, 153-4 figs. 19. 20

de Grazia, C. E., American School of Classical Studies at Athens, "Excavations of the American School of Classical Studies at Corinth:
The Roman Portrait Sculpture," Ph.D. Dissertation
, Columbia University, 1973, pp. 291-2 no. 93