Description: In the naturalistic rendering of the body, limbs and hide, and in the presence of a vitta passing across the back, the animal is fully Roman; while its knobbed horns betray a concession on the artist's part to Celtic taste (Toynbee). Legs tucked underneath. Face corroded away, only left horn remains. Large ears extend from side of face. Tail curled up over haunches and then down over body.
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Image: Courtesy of Colchester Castle Museum.

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