A barbarian woman prisoner, so-called Thusnelda.
Roman sculpture from the era of Trajan—Hadrian. Early II century CE, with heavy modern restorations.
The so-called Thusnelda is the personification of some other conquered people (probably Germania or Dacia), inspired by some statue of the school of Pergamon. As the Dacian prisoners of the Constantine Arch, this sculpture was probably inserted in a triumphal monument.
(Florence, Loggia of Lanzi.)