Re-carved head of a bearded man from the theatre.
This portrait was in the process of being re-carved when it was abandoned. The hair has certainly been partly altered: the back of the head has been cut down to a flat level and the fringe has been altered. The extent to which the face has also be re-carved is unclear - it might be a new face carved into the front of an older portrait or it might be that this was the original portrait and only the hair had been altered at this stage. The stylistic features of the face are consistent with a fifth-century date, however.