Statue of Polyphemus
Gruppo di Polifemo, with a Greek at his feet, in the act of offering him the cup of wine. The Cyclops is seated on a rocky spur, his head turned slightly to the right, a feral skin on his right thigh, and he holds his right foot above the legs of the much smaller Greek figure crouching at his feet. It is possible that the work was part of a composite group, perhaps decorating a nymphaeum.
The head of the Greek is ancient, but not relevant; crowned with vines, it was rather related to the head of a personage in a Bacchic procession.