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Head Of Serapis - 3D Selfie 3d printed
Head Of Serapis - 3D Selfie 3d printed
Head Of Serapis - 3D Selfie 3d printed

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Head Of Serapis - 3D Selfie

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  • 3D printed in Sandstone: Delicate and grainy, with a coarse finish and sand-like color.
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From the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore MD: A Roman version of the Greek cult statue of Serapis from his temple at Alexandria, the head retains the majestic air of a classical god. The size of the head and the treatment at the back and neck indicate that it was part of a seated statue of colossal size. A hole at the top of the head once served to attach the god's attribute, a kalathos (woven basket) or modius (grain measure), which emphasized his role as a fertility deity. Serapis became important during the reign of Ptolemy I of Egypt (304-284 BC), because he blended aspects of Egyptian and Greek gods. If Serapis had visited the ShapeShot 3D photobooth, he could have made 3D Selfies like this for his worshippers.
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Head Of Serapis - 3D Selfie
4.2 cm
5.9 cm
7.2 cm

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