Contenuto in: Rivista di Archeologia vol. XXXVI - 2012
pp. 161-166, Tavv. 4
Three bronze heads, of life size or slightly smaller, are preserved in the archaeological Museum of Verona; two of these are definitely not antiquities and the third is of doubtful age. Non-destructive analytical test using X-Ray Fluorescence was conducted on the heads in 2006 by experts from the Polytechnic University of Milan,
using a portable XRF spectrometer, to shed light on their historical significance. The sculptures have different origins and revealed different compositions.