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File:Capitoline Brutus Musei Capitolini MC1183.jpg


English: So-called “Capitoline Brutus”. Bronze, Roman artwork of the Republican Era, 4th-3rd centuries BC. The bust is a modern addition.
Français : Buste dit du « Brutus du Capitole ». Bronze, œuvre romaine de l'époque républicaine, IVe-IIIe siècle av. J.-C. Le buste est un ajout moderne.
Italiano: Ritratto maschile detto il “Bruto Capitolino”. Bronzo, IV-III sec. a.C (il busto è moderno).
Dimensions H. 69 cm (27 in.)
Palazzo dei Conservatori, Hall of the Triumphs
Accession number MC 1183
Credit line Gift of Cardinal Pio de' Carpi, 1564
Source/Photographer Jastrow ( 2006-09-03)
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