Marble statuette from Viglia (h. 0.58 m.). It represents a male (probably) figure standing on a podium. The figure is dressed in long chiton and mantle, and only two of the curls of the hair are preserved. The man holds a lyre in the left hand, a feature probably leading to the identification with god Apollo represented as kitharodos, in the type of Mousagetes (leader of the Muses). Dated to the Roman period.