National Geographic : 1912 Jan
THE GREEK BRONZES OF TUNISIA Copyright, 1912, by the National Geographic Magazine NO. 4. PENDANT TO TOHE CAKEWALK DANCER: HEIGHT OF THIS STATUETTE, 32 CENTIMETERS Her head is crowned with a wreath. Her eyes are made of ivory, which adds to the realistic effect. "The Romans at the time these figures were made enjoyed watching the antics of dwarfs, male and female, and grotesque jesters during their banquets, and these three statuettes were doubtless life-like copies of some well-known public entertainers."