Roman Victory Statuette

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by © Römerstadt Augusta Raurica, Susanne Schenker
published on 23 February 2023
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A statuette of Victoria, the Roman goddess of victory, from the Roman colony of Augusta Raurica. Bronze, c. 200 CE, Römerstadt Augusta Raurica. Shown as part of the 2023 exhibition Ave Caesar! Romans, Gauls and Germanic tribes on the Banks of the Rhine at the Antikenmuseum in Basel, Switzerland.

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