Marcus Aurelius bust of the emperor and philosopher
Marcus Aurelius ruled the Roman Empire as a emperor from 161 to 180. He took a stand for victims of the Roman society. That especially were slaves and women. During his years as a emperor of Rome he was confronted with special challenges like the flooding of the Tiber or the outbreaks of the plague. With his time of ruling as well in a certain way the outer and inner safety of the Roman Empire and its prosperity ended, too.
The bust of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius
The bust is copied from its original from the 2nd century and a fantastic opportunity for honouring the heritage of that great personality. It presents the exact copy of the original.
- height of the Marcus Aurelius bust: circa 38 cm
- free shipping within Germany
- weight: circa 13 kg
- colour bronze
- dating of the original: 2nd century BC
Materials of high quality turn this bust into a very special piece for collectors
It is fabricated out of natural casting materials of high quality, that are known from the preservation of art and monuments. Its weight is imposing 13kg with a height of circa 38 cm. The colour bronze give the bust a look of high quality and antiquity.
The ideal collector's piece
This bust of high quality is a win for every collector of devotional objects from the ancient Rome and therefore canâ€™t be missing in any collection. For everyone wanting to occupy himself with the emperors this bust of Marcus Aurelius is the ideal present.
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