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Augustus of Prima Porta
Augustus of Prima Porta
Augustus of Prima Porta
Augustus of Prima Porta
Augustus of Prima Porta
Augustus of Prima Porta

Photo credit: National Trust Images

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A bronze reduction of the Augustus of Prima Porta, a full-length 1st century AD marble statue of Caesar Augustus, Emperor of Rome (63 BC–14 AD), discovered at the Villa Livia in Prima Porta near Rome in 1863 and now in the Vatican Museums, Rome. Mounted on a separately cast square bronze base and marble base.

National Trust, Berrington Hall

near Leominster


Augustus of Prima Porta




bronze & marble


H 48.3 x W 25 x D (?) cm

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proper left side of base: P. CHIAPARELLI F: ROMA 1865


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National Trust, Berrington Hall

near Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 0DW England

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