The Museu Episcopal de Vic has a large collection of small full fusion (solid) bronze sculptures that were part of the domestic furnishings of the Roman 'domus' and 'villae'. Some of these figurines of deities had a cultural purpose, whereas others were for decorative purposes only. This statuette represents Hercules; the demigod characterised by his great strength, appears bearded, naked and looking to his right. He wears a crown with three rosettes resting on a band that fastens at the neck. The arms and legs of the figure are mutilated and the treatment of the torso presents quite realistic anatomical details.