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Capitoline Brutus

Capitoline Brutus, the only surviving portrait from the middle republic, may be a fragment from An equestrian statue. Capitoline Museums.

Ancient History

Photo of the Day: Pinecones in Italy

Two pinecone sculptures in Italy: one outside the Vatican, one in the form of a water fountain near the Capitoline Museums.

Museum Visits (Other)

When in Rome... a visit to the Centrale Montemartini

During a recent trip to Rome, I paid a long overdue visit to the Centrale Montemartini, an annexe of the Capitoline Museums located on the Via Ostiense just beyond Porta San Paolo. 1,533 more words

Archaeology Travel

Art and sculptures from Hadrian’s Villa: Statue of a satyr in red marble

This month’s sculpture from Hadrian’s Villa is a red-marble statue of a satyr, the so-called “Fauno rosso” (red faun).

The Fauno rosso depicts a satyr, follower of Dionysus, the god of wine. 506 more words