Roman Marble Stele depicting a man and boy circa 1st 2nd century AD. This exceptional artefact would have been used to mark monuments and tombs of eminent people. In
this case, although not complete, we can make out a Greco Roman inscription to Philipp.... Part of the rest of the name is missing, but the letter A denotes the start of his last name. The image is
that of a man with head dress and toga. His right arm rests toward his left shoulder over his heart. His left arm is down by his side over which is his gathered toga. A young boy is stood to his left
side with arm and legs crossed, and he appears to be looking upwards to the man who is most likely his father. The piece shows signs of wear due to its age. It also has a crack from left to right
with a very old good repair which is almost unnoticeable and does not detract from this interesting Roman marble stele. From an old collection thought to have originated from the Roman Eastern
provinces. A rare opportunity to own a marble Roman family dedication.210 x 170 x 40 cms.