The Barberini Tyche
The features of the goddess, a portrait, suggest she was a woman of high status. Her finer details include centrally parted wavy hair bound in a plait at the back and surmounted by a mural crown of three towers each with an arched opening; spiral locks of hair fall down her neck. Probably also a personification of a city, possibly Rome, the head sits on a 17th century bust of Egyptian alabaster and Italian Porta Santa marble with a plinth of Bianco e Nero marble.
- , Antike Bildwerke in Rom mit Ausschluss der grösseren Sammlungen, Leipzig
- , Seventeenth Century Barberini Documents and Inventories, New York, New York
- , Palazzo Sciarra, Rome
- , "Roman Marble Sculpture", Mougins Museum of Classical Art, France
- Egypte Ancienne
- , Ancient Warfare, The Netherlands
- , Ancient History
- Musée d'Art Classique de Mougins (MACM), Mougins, France, from June 2011
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