Sculpture of Mercury, Gallo-roman period. Resin replica of the original bronze sculpture found in Vaison-la-Romaine, France, at the museum Théo Desplan.
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|Artist||Ateliers de moulage de la Réunion des musées nationaux|
|Publisher||Moulage Réunion des musées nationaux|
|Dimensions||H. 19 L. 6 P. 7,5 cm|
|Technique(s)||Antiquites gallo-romaines, Ier siècle de notre ère|
All sculptures and replicas have been carefully modelled on originals from museums' collections. All replicas sold bear the RMN (French National Museums) stamp and have a certificate of origin and guarantee of quality.
Mercury was the god of trade, thieves, and travel. He was the most worshipped god in french Gaule.
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