Augustus Primaporta Octavian Roman Emperor Addressing Troops Statue 29H -
Statue of Octavian Augustus the First Roman Emperor is ready to guard your garden! Now in the Vatican Museum collection, this full figure sculpture of the first Roman emperor, Augustus, was originally found in Primaporta, Italy at Livia's (his wife) summer home (c. AD 15). It is representative of idealized Roman portraiture typically identified with Roman leadership. As Augustus raises his arm and addresses his troops ad locutio, a small cupid tugs at his leg thereby symbolically aligning him with the Roman gods. (PN 4596)
- Size: 28.5 in H x 17.5 in W x 10.5 in D.
- Material: fiberglass resin.
- Weight: 18 - 20 lbs est
- Finish shown: Antique Grey (white with grey wash).
- Availability: Made to order, ships in 4 to 8 weeks.
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