This colossal statue known in Rome as “Madama Lucrezia” is located on the right side of the church in Piazza San Marco, Rome.
This fragmentary statue is believed to be either an Isiac statue (the Goddess Isis herself or a priestess of the temple of Isis in Rome), or a portrait of Empress Faustina, wife of Constantius II.
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