Isidorus’s Foot

This model represents a votive offering in the form of a foot wearing a sandal. The original is placed on a pedestal that bears a Greek inscription. The foot was dedicated by a man named Isidorus, as thanks for his recovery from a chariot fall in which he had injured his foot. The foot dates to the Antonine period (AD 138-190).

 
   
 

Roman Period, 2nd century AD
Original: Marble
Greco-Roman Museum, Alexandria
Model: 43 x 28 x 25 cm
Price: Stucco 300 LE/Polyblend: 900 LE