Frenzied Maenad replica

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A replica of a Roman marble panel carved around 1st century BC showing a maenad, a follower of Dionysus the god of wine. His entourage roamed the woods in a state of ecstasy, killing wild animals and uprooting saplings. The maenad grasps a knife in her right hand and, with the left, swings the severed hindquarters of a young deer.

Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, the rich detail on this plaque makes it a charming decorative addition to a conservatory or garden.

  • Product Code: CMCR91110
  • Dimension: 42 x 22 x 4cm
  • SUBTITLE: British Museum
  • Exhibition: Hadrian: Empire and Conflict
  • Material: Hand-patinated resin
  • Illustrations: Hadrian: Empire and Conflict
  • Details: Made from frost-resistant resin with integral wall hook.
  • Weight: 3.22 Kg

A replica of a Roman marble panel carved around 1st century BC showing a maenad, a follower of Dionysus the god of wine. His entourage roamed the woods in a state of ecstasy, killing wild animals and uprooting saplings. The maenad grasps a knife in her right hand and, with the left, swings the severed hindquarters of a young deer.

Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, the rich detail on this plaque makes it a charming decorative addition to a conservatory or garden.

  • Product Code: CMCR91110
  • Weight: 3.22 Kg