Donation of food to Roman children. Relief panel from the so-called the Arch of Portugal on via Lata.

Marble. 2nd cent. CE.
H. 293 cm.
Inv. No. MC 832.

Rome, Capitoline Museums
(Musei capitolini)

Origin:
The relief was extracted from the so-called Portugal arch on via del Corso in 1662. Acquired by the Capitoline museums in 1664.
Credits:
2012. Photo: I. Sh.
RUSSIAN

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Keywords: marble relief panel donation of food to roman children alimentum alimenta arch of portugal arco di Portogallo the roman emperor Hadrian Publius Aelius Hadrianus toga togatus architecture temple pediment tribunal spear lance tip point spearhead footwear footgear calcei bodyguard scoop simpulum Inv No MC 832
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