Two statuettes of stone from Marquise (Pas-de-Calais) (H. 0.556-0.575 Br.
0.20-0.23), found at Boulogne-sur-Mer, between the Roman Fort and the harbour,
digging the foundations for the hotel Dervaux (about 1850). Boulogne-sur-Mer,
Hamy, Boulogne, 43; MMM II 396 No. 274 with figs. 31&-7; Esp. Rec. Gaule,
V, 180 No. 3967 and fig. See fig. 235, which I received from Jules Paublan,
the Keeper of the Museum.
Two torchbearers, entirely undressed, only in Phrygian cap. A cloak is hanging
over one of their arms. Not cross-legged; the arms and the hands with the torches