Lead sculpture, representing Vertumnus and Pomona. Pomona was the Roman nymph of fruit (poma), who had a sacred wood, the Pomonal. Vertumnus was a god of probably Etruscan origin, who had the power to transform himself into as many forms as he wished.
- John Cheere (London 1709 - 1787),
English sculptor, particularly well-known for his lead statues
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Location (N 38°45'0" - W 9°15'33")
Item Code: ptli085; Photograph: 31 August 2017
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