Left Side of the Pedestal of the Antoninus Pius Column.

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Left side of the pedestal of the Antoninus Pius Column showing soldiers of the Roman army. The Column of Antoninus Pius (Italian: Colonna di Antonino Pio) is a Roman honorific column in Rome, Italy, devoted in C.E. 161 to the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius, in the Campus Martius, on the edge of the hill now known as Monte Citorio, and set up by his successors, the co-emperors Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus.

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