Standing male person, dressed in a folded garment, which leaves the breast uncovered. Head, hands and feet are missing. Paris sees a snake in one of the folds (Aesculapius?).
Paris in RA XXIV, 1914, 14f No. 15 and fig. 11; Melida in BAH 1914,448 No. 6 and Pl. V; Cat. Badajoz, No. 1092; Pidal, Hist. Esp. II, 433 and fig. 234; Garcia y Bellido, Culto, fig. 14.