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Headless Statue Of Emperor Nero

Headless Statue Of Emperor Nero

Marble statue of Nero, a Roman emperor, from the Imperial Period in the first century CE. The statue is depicted in military attire, representing Nero's role as a military leader during his reign. Notably, the statue is headless, which may be the result of damage or intentional removal. The statue's military dress signifies Nero's connection to the Roman military and his status as a commander. The attire typically includes a detailed representation of Roman armor, such as a breastplate, shoulder guards, and possibly a cloak. These elements symbolize Nero's authority and his role as a leader in military campaigns. The origin of the statue is noted as Omerbeyli in Germencik, Aydin, Turkey. This indicates that the statue was likely discovered or excavated in that region, offering insight into the historical presence of Roman influence in the area during the Imperial Period.

Image ID#: 11749 / Category: Arts, Architecture / Price: 499$
Headless Statue Of Emperor Nero
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