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Roman Marble Bust Of Emperor Marcus Aurelius

Roman Marble Bust Of Emperor Marcus Aurelius

Roman marble bust of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, who reigned from AD 161 to 180. The bust is believed to originate from the Village of Kandilli in Lamunia and is associated with the Antonine Dynasty. It is isolated on a black background, creating a striking contrast that draws attention to the details and craftsmanship of the sculpture. The bust is sculpted from marble, a popular material for creating lifelike and durable statues during the Roman era. As a work of art from the Antonine Dynasty, the bust provides insight into the artistic style and imperial portraiture of the time. It represents a significant period in Roman history and offers a glimpse into the appearance and character of one of its notable emperors.

Image ID#: 8557 / Category: Architecture, Arts / Price: 499$
Roman Marble Bust Of Emperor Marcus Aurelius
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