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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).

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).

Caracalla Bust Sculpture Roman Emperor - Identical Reproduction - Roman Emperors Collection - Roman and Etruscan - Civilization

Caracalla Bust Sculpture Roman Emperor - Identical Reproduction

Caracalla Bust Sculpture Roman Emperor - Identical Reproduction - Roman Emperors Collection - Roman and Etruscan - Civilization

Fragmentary bronze portrait of the emperor Caracalla, ca. 212–217 A.D.; Mid-Imperial, Severan, Roman, Bronze, H. 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm), The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Fragmentary bronze portrait of the emperor CaracallaRoman, ca. (Mid-Imperial, Severan) Height 8 ½ in. cm) “This portrait depicts Caracalla as a grown man, when he was sole emperor.

A marble head of the emperor Caracalla found during the construction of the Via dei Fori Imperiali in 1933; now in the collections of the Capitoline Museums, Rome and on display at the ACEA/Montemartini museum. Date: 212-217 CE.

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.

A marble bust of Roman emperor Commodus, r. 180-192 CE. (The Vatican Museums, Rome).

With the death of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius in March of 180 CE, the long reign of the five good emperors came to an end and with it so did the Pax Romana.

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. Naples Museum, inv. 6088. H: 60 cm.

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.

Emperor Elagabalus (Heliogabalus), head of Roman sculpture (marble), 3rd century AD, (Palazzo Nuovo, Rome).

Emperor Elagabalus (Heliogabalus), head of Roman sculpture (marble), century AD, (Palazzo Nuovo, Rome).

BUST OF CARACALLA Third century (215-217 AD) - Roman Empire Capitoline Museums - Hall of the Emperors Rome

aphrodisiazein: last-of-the-romans: ganymedesrocks: BUST OF CARACALLA Third century AD) - Roman Empire Capitoline Museums - Hall of the Emperors Rome Splendid!

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