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Italiano: Sacerdote di Serapide con indosso il pallio e la corona, precedentemente ritenuto essere l'imperatore romano Giuliano. Statua in marmo, copia moderna (1790 circa) di originale romano del 120-130. Paris, Musée national du Moyen Âge
English: Priest of Sarapis wearing the pallium and a sacerdotal crown, formerly thought to be a representation of Julian the Apostate. Marble statue, modern copy (ca. 1790) after a Roman original from 120–130 AD.
Date II secolo
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