Marcus Aurelius (Facial Reconstruction)

Illustration

Arienne King
by Daniel Voshart
published on 23 October 2020
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A photorealistic reconstruction of what the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (r. 161-180 CE) may have looked like. Based on contemporary and near contemporary descriptions, as well as archaeological evidence.

Pictured alongside the reconstruction are the busts and statuary used as references. These include busts from the Glyptothek (top left); Musée des Antiques de Toulouse (top right); Musée Saint-Raymond (bottom left); and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (bottom right).

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APA Style

Voshart, D. (2020, October 23). Marcus Aurelius (Facial Reconstruction). World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/12998/marcus-aurelius-facial-reconstruction/

Chicago Style

Voshart, Daniel. "Marcus Aurelius (Facial Reconstruction)." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified October 23, 2020. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/12998/marcus-aurelius-facial-reconstruction/.

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Voshart, Daniel. "Marcus Aurelius (Facial Reconstruction)." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 23 Oct 2020. Web. 28 Sep 2021.