Left half of a a terracotta female head, Roman, 200 BCE-200 CE
- 200 BCE-200 CE in Roman Empire
Left half of female head, terracotta, probably Roman, 200BC-200AD
Votive offerings were made at the temple of a healing god such as Asklepios, the Greco-Roman god of healing and medicine, in the hope of receiving a cure or as thanks for one. Made from terracotta, this shows the left side of a woman’s head. She may have been experiencing chronic headaches.