Julian the Apostate, the son of Constantius.

Marble.

Rome, Capitoline Museums, Hall of the Philosophers.

Credits:
Photo, text: Photo collection of sculptures from Capitoline Museums. St. Petersburg University’s chair of ancient history. Book inv. no 121. Late XIXth — early XXth centuries. Pl. 82.
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RUSSIAN

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