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Iberian sculpture The originally polychromed bust is thought to represent a woman wearing a complex headdress and large wheel-like coils known as rodetes on each side of the face. The opening in the rear of the sculpture indicates it may have been used as a funerary urn.

While the Lady of Elche is a bust, there are indications that it was part of a seated statue, similar to the Lady of Baza with which it shares similar necklance pendants or a standing one like the Gran Dama Oferente from Cerro de los Santos Montealegre del Castillo , Albacete.

Discovery and repatriation[ edit ] Color reconstruction by Francisco Vives The sculpture was found on 4 August , by a young worker, Manuel Campello Esclapez. The bust was quickly nicknamed "Reina Mora" or " Moor Queen" by locals.

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Evidence has been found there of an Iberian-Punic settlement, a Roman sewer, walls and Roman houses, and mosaics. One mosaic shows an effigy of Saint Abdon , belonging to a Christian basilica of the 5th century. The latter archaeological evidence is supported by the codices of the councils of Toledo where it discusses an audience with bishops from Illici Elche.

Ibarra Manzoni had found a number of objects and Iberian vestiges on his own farmland and in other places in the municipality of Elche.

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He provided instructions that she make the necessary arrangements for the collection to be offered for sale to the Real Academia de la Historia after her death, to be located finally at the National Archaeological Museum. The will specified that the collection be sold in its entirety. The family placed the Lady on their balcony so that it could be viewed by all of the residents of Elche. When the archaeologist saw the Iberian bust, he recognized its worth and notified the Louvre in Paris.

The Louvre offered a large sum of money for the time: On 30 August , the sculpture was sent to the Louvre. For 40 years the Dama de Elche was exhibited at the Louvre. After the start of the World War II in , and as a precaution, the sculpture was transferred for safe-keeping to the castle of Montauban near Toulouse. In it was returned through an exchange of works which also included the Immaculate Conception of the Venerable Ones or Immaculate Conception of Soult by Murillo , the twin sphinxes of El Salobral and several pieces of the Treasure of Guarrazar , and the Iberian sculptures of Osuna.

The discovery of the Lady of Elche initiated a popular interest in pre-Roman Iberian culture. In it was transferred from El Prado to the National Archaeological Museum of Spain , [5] where it is currently exhibited. From 18 May , to 1 November It was represented by an exact replica afterwards.

In , John F. Moffitt , an art historian specializing in painting, [8] published Art Forgery: Antonio Uriarte of the University of Madrid has stated: The Lady was found more than a century ago, and many of its features, not then understood, have been confirmed by subsequent finds.

For example, the use of paint in Iberian sculpture was unknown when the Lady appeared. She concluded that the statue was used as a funerary urn in the Iberian period, thus guaranteeing its antiquity and confirming the hypothesis about its function. In modern culture[ edit ] French artist James Tissot based figures in several of his turn-of-the-century paintings on the recently discovered Lady of Elche.