Museo Nacional del Prado / Calle Ruiz de Alarcón 23, 28014 Madrid /

Head of a Dacian (pileatus), nr 387 E, Museo del Prado

Place of discovery: unknown, there are no accurate data on the origin of the sculptures, but Cacciotti believes that it was part of the collection of the archaeologist and scholar Jose Nicolas de Azara, a collection that was received by Carlos IV.

Material: gray marble.

Dimensions: overall height 0.75 m, 0.44 m head

Conservation status: the head, otherwise intact, has a transverse crack.

Date: Late period of the reign of Trajan, Hadrian's reign beginning (an antique head on a modern torso of the XVIIth century).