Piazza Armerina Diocesan Museum
A standing statue of Jesus after he was scourged and tormented by the Roman soldiers. The position of the hands suggests that they were once tied with a cord that has now been lost. Judging from the blood on the brow, it is possible that a crown of thorns was also part of the original work.
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More of the trials of Jesus
Photographed at the museum by Claire Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.