Lot n° 395
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White marble sculpture representing the Roman...
White marble sculpture representing the Roman Emperor Augustus harnessed from his armour after the one kept in the Vatican Museum Neoclassical Work (restoration with one finger) H: 75.5 cm - L: 21.5 -P: 46.5 cm Considered as the first Roman emperor, Augustus (Augustus), was born under the name of Gaius Octavius Thurinus, on 23 September 63 BC. It was first called Octavian and then became Octavian. The Senate and the Roman people asked him to administer the immense Roman Empire, he then became Augustus. Fascinating, daring and conservative man who changed the fate and management of the Roman Empire. His political and social genius then became a reference, a model: can we consider that he was for the Vatican Museum Napoleon Bonaparte? He was named Imperator Caesar Caesar Divi Filius Augustus upon his death on August 19, 14 A.D.
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