CIMRM 1755 - Torso and head of Mercury. Aquincum II, Hungary.
Two fragments of a statue in limestone (H. 0.24) which probably stood in
room A upon base γ.
Kuzsinsky in BpR 1889,70; Aquincum, 93 No. 23; MMM II fig. 186; Ferri, Arte Danubio, fig. 193.
Torso and head of Mercnry. He has a cap with two wings and he wears a dress
which is fastened on his shoulders but does not cover the lower part of his body.
In his l.h. he holds a caduceus, the upper part of which is broken off.