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PATIO DEL PALACIO DE LOS CONSERVATORIOS DE LOS MUSEOS CAPITOLINOS

Fragmentos de la estatua colosal del Emperador Constantino I (la cabeza y la mano)

Estos fragmentos marmóreos del acrólito de Constantino I provienen de la Basílica de Majencio.

La estatua colosal de Constantino I, de unos 13 m de altura, en posición sentada, se encontraba en el ábside de la antigua Basílica de Majencio y Constantino en el Foro Romano, ahora las partes de mármol se encuentran en el patio del Palacio de los Conservatorios para sobrevivir al saqueo.


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COURTYARD OF THE PALACE OF THE CONSERVATIVE IN THE CAPITOLINE MUSEUMS

Fragments of the colossal statue of Emperor Constantine (the head and hand)

These acrolith marble fragments of Constantine I come from the Basilica of Maxentius.

The colossal statue of Constantine I, about 13 m in height, sitting position, was in the apse of the ancient Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine in the Roman Forum, now the parts of marble found in the Palace courtyard Conservatories to survive the looting.

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