Capitoline Statue of Julius Caesar

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James Blake Wiener
by Matthew Brennan
published on 05 December 2018

Colossal statue of Julius Caesar from the 2nd century CE in white marble. Modern location: Capitoline Museums, Conservators’ Palace, in Rome, Italy. Source of 3D data: Photographs of cast in the Skulpturhalle, Basel, inv. 757.

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