Roman man BCE 200-100 ("Brutus")

Roman man BCE 200-100 ("Brutus")

Description

Roman man, second century BCE ("Brutus")

Details

The so-called Brutus, a bust from the second or first century BCE, long believed to be the founder of the Roman republic but in fact an ancestor of the emperor Augustus.

Date

ca. 2000100 BCE

Creator

Jona Lendering

Museum

Rome, Capitoline Museums

Licence

Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International

Categories

Roman Republic

Tags

Sculpture

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