The cast represents a female figure lying on a rock and asleep. She dressed in a chiton that leaves her left breast uncovered. Her head, covered by the cloak, is leaning slightly backwards and resting on the back of the left hand, a snake-shaped bracelet is rolled around the left arm, the right arm is dropped loosely above the head, the legs are crossed . The original, from which the cast derives, is placed in the Vatican Museums, Museo Pio - Clementino, in the Gallery of Statues. The sculpture, identified with the sleeping Ariadne at the end of the 1700s by Ennio Quirino Visconti, previously believed to be a Cleopatra due to the snake-shaped bracelet that adorns her arm, a copy of an original from the first half of the second century. B.C. in Parian marble. It has some restoration elements: the nose, the lips, the right hand, part of the left, part of the drapery.