This fully draped figure appears to be holding a scroll in her right hand. This may be a reference to Clio, the muse of history, who is traditionally depicted with a set of tablets or a scroll, although it is usually open. In any case, the presence of this figure emphasises the uncertainty which surrounds the identity of the female figures in the hall’s statues as only one of these figures (number 3) has an apparent link to Hygeia.

More information about the origin and location of this group of statues can be found in the overview of the Classical female statues in the hall.