Right profile of a Luna-marble portrait of the emperor Caracalla in the collections of the Capitoline Museums in Rome (discovered during the excavations for the construction of the Via dei Fori Imperiali in 1933; now displayed in the ACEA/Montemartini annex of the Museum. Date: 212-217 (reign of Caracalla).
A marble head of the emperor Caracalla found during the construction of the Via dei Fori Imperiali in now in the collections of the Capitoline Museums, Rome and on display at the ACEA/Montemartini museum.
Roman marble portrait of the emperor Caracalla. The clean break at the bottom of the neck suggests that the bust itself is not original. Part of the Farnese collection; this bust once decorated the family's palazzo in Rome. H: 60 cm.