Figure of a nude man in the standing position of contrapposto, relying on his left leg, while the right leg is slightly bent at the knee and moved backward. The head, both arms, left leg up to the knee and right leg from mid-thigh are missing. Over his left shoulder is draped a himation, which falls in rich folds, and on the right thigh is visible trace of statue support. Body of the statue is very carefully and skillfully shaped – the thorax and abdomen muscles were performed with anatomical precision. On the basis of spectroscopic analysis, the torso includes pedestal with a ram, described in item number 8. The sculpture, according to analogy and sculpturing of chlamys, could be dated to the end of the 2nd and beginning of the 3rd century.