Statue of Julius Caesar in a coat of mail.

Marble.

Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Senatorio
(Musei capitolini, Palazzo Senatorio)

Description:
156 a. Statue of Julius Caesar in a Coat of Mail.
Rome, Vestibule of the Palazzo dei Conservatori.

Restorations: the tip of the nose, splinters on the forehead and on the right cheek, both arms, the lower part of both legs, and the plinth.

Literature:
H. 549; Bern., R. I., I, Pl. XIV, p. 169, Fig. 1, p. 155, No. 2, 165, 168 et seq.; Bonner Studien, dedicated to R. Kekulé, Berlin, 1890, p. 6; A.-B. 263/4; Studniczka, Tropaeum Trajani, p. 108; Domaszewski, Gesch. d. röm. Kaiser, p. VII, Pl. after p. 16.
Credits:
1912. Photo, text: A. Hekler. Greek and Roman portraits. London. William Heinemann, 1912, Pl. 156 a.

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