This Augustus bust impressing in its exact facial features is fabricated out of hardened alabaster stucco.
Bust head of the Roman emperor Augustus
Imperator Caesar Divi Filius - Emperor Augustus
Augustus, born on September 23rd 63 BC as Gaius Octavius in Rome; died on August 19th AD in Nola (by Naples), time of ruling 27 BC to 14 AD.
Found in Rome
The busts head presents the first Roman emperor 'Octavian', the illustrious. Emperor Augustus with this bust is portrayed accurate in every detail. As Augustus from Primaporta you call a nearly to two meters high cuirassed statue of the first Roman emperor Augustus. It was named after its place of discovery Primaporta by Rome.
Correspondingly to its propagandistic purpose of this statue Augustus didn't age on its presentations. Today you can find the statue in the Vatican's Museum in Rome.
Emperor Augustus was the nephew of Gaius Julius Caesar and became his main heir. Augustus followed as winner out of the power struggles after Cesar's death and in the end was crowned as the first Roman emperor.
- Dimensions ( length - width - height ): 29,00 - 23,00 - 42,00 cm
- weight bust: circa 19,42 kg
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The head of the Roman bust consists of fine alabaster plaster. Alabaster is a natural material of high quality and not to compare with plaster for constructions. Alabaster plaster is really fine, dries very hardly and is used within the areas of preservation of monuments and art.
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