Marble portrait bust of Polydeukion, found in Kiphisia, Attica.
c. AD 150.
Portrait bust of Polydeukion, made of parian marble. Polydeukion was Herodes’ Atticus pupil and favourite, who was heroised by his master after he died in his teens. The bust was found together with the bust of Herodes, inv. no. 4810. He himself owned luxury villas in many areas of Greece. One of them was situated in Kiphisia, north of Athens, where both portrait bust were probably found.