Gallo-Roman terra cottas

Displayed in the National Archaeological Museum of France, Saint German-en-Laye


Three moldmade statuettes of the Dea Matrona ("divine mother goddess"). A single infant nurses. The goddess wear a long dress and is seated in a wicker chair.



Three small statues of the Dea Matrona with twins.



Front and back molds for the making the Dea Matrona terra cotta.



Mold for the terra cotta votive statuettes of Venus Anadyomene.



Four terra cotta votive statuettes of Venus Anadyomene.



Four "Archaic" style terra cotta statuettes of Venus.



Broken terra cotta of the Dea Matrona ("divine mother goddess") and three offspring.



Stone statue of a divine couple - possibly of the nude goddess Nantosuetta and Succelos (holding a purse and swan's neck). From Neris-les-Bains (Allier). Inv. no. 31518.



Statue of a divine couple, possibly Nantosuetta holding the cornucopia and Succelos.


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