Hera Borghese

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An onyx torso of the Hera Borghese type, with head and hands added from another sculpture in the 18th century

The Hera Borghese is a type of sculpture of Hera named after the owners of its archetype, the Borghese. One example is in the National Museum of Rome[1], whilst others are in the Palatine Antiquarium[2] and at the Castello Aragonese Museum at Baiae.