Marble headless statue of a woman (h. 1.38 m.) from the area of the ancient theatre at Viglia, near Hierapetra. The statue stands on a cylindrical plinth made of the same piece of marble. The figure leans on the left foot and slightly bends the right. A long himation with many folds covers the body and falls diagonally on the chest, while a long chiton is seen in the lower part. One arm is preserved while the other has been broken. Dated to the Roman period.