Marble, colossal portrait head of the emperor Hadrian (AD 117-138), found in Athens.
Colossal portrait head of the emperor Hadrian, made of pentelic marble. It was found in Athens. The emperor wears a wreath of oak leaves that end above his forehead in a medallion representing an eagle. The holes in the hoop of the wreath were used to inlay golden leaves.
Height 0,55 m.