Fragmented sculpture of a nude young man made of white marble, preserved from the waist to the knees area, with considerable damage in the upper leg area. Abdominal part is modeled as rounded and youthful, without accentuation of muscularity typical for the body of the mature man, as well as the thighs are harmoniously shaped with no indication of the mature body in his prime. Carefully modeled waistline and thighs indicate that it is a quality sculpture of a nude young man, possibly one of the gods already confirmed at Mediana. Ichnographically, the fragmented sculpture from the villa with octagon at Mediana is most similar to fragmented sculpture of a naked young man from Romuliana, which may have been a young Heracles. Stylistically, Roman copies modeling in the classicist style of Greek sculptures from the middle of 5th century BC is evident. The sculpture can roughly be dated to the 3rd century.