The cast reproduces the statue of the cd. Prince of the Baths represented by a shaven young man, whose face is framed by wavy locks of hair. The furrowed forehead, the arched eyebrows, the small hollow eyes, with the prominent cheekbones well highlighted and the fleshy half-open mouth, the pronounced chin. In a naked position, in a heroic pose, with well-defined muscles, the left arm is up, leaning on the shaft, while the right is carried behind the back; the left leg is brought backwards, resting only with the fingers, while the right is forward. The original, from which the cast derives, is in the National Roman Museum; it is in bronze and is original from the beginning of the 2nd century BC. Found in 1885, in a building belonging to the Baths of Constantine on the occasion of the excavation for the construction of the National Drama Theater.