A Roman marble head of the Empress Livia
Late 1st Century B.C. - early 1st Century A.D.
Depicted in her youth, soft-skinned with curving lips drilled at the edges, her wide eyes with defined lids, her head turned slightly to the right, her hair characteristically dressed with a rolled lock across her forehead drawn back in three sections behind and at the sides in wavy strands, 13¾in. (35cm.) high, mounted