Statue of Julius Caesar as imperator, wearing lorica (cuirass) and paludamentum (short military cloack).

Inv. No. MC  194.
Modern copy of the statue from Senatorís Palace on the Capitoline Hill, Rome.
Reign of Trajan (98ó117 CE)

Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization
(Museo della civiltà romana)

Origin:
Rome.
Credits:
© 2009. Photo: O. Lyubimova.
© 2009. Text: museum inscription to the sculpture.
RUSSIAN

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