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English: Head of the colossal statue of Constantine I, Musei Capitolini, Rome. Marble, Roman artwork, 313–324 CE.
Français : Tete d'une statue colossale de Constantin. Marbre, œuvre romaine, 313-324 ap. J.-C. Provenance: basilique de Maxence, Rome.
Italiano: Testa della statua colossale in marmo dell'imperatore romano Costantino I nei Musei capitolini a Roma. 313/324 d.C. Dalla basilica di Massenzio, a Roma.
Date 7 October 2004
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Author Markus Bernet ( talk · contribs)


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