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Statue of a woman, second half of 4th century B.C. Greek Marble H. 68 1/8 in. (173.02 cm) Gift of Mrs. Frederick F. Thompson, 1903 (03.12.17)

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Statuette of a Personification of a City, 300–500 Late Roman or Byzantine. Tyche, the personification of chance or fortune, was also understood as the protector of cities. Here, Tyche sits on a low throne. Wearing a mural crown, chiton, and peplos, she holds a cornucopia in her left hand. She extends her right hand, which held a now-missing attribute, possibly a staff. It is difficult to identify which city is represented by the statuette.