Gladiators fight in the Circus Maximus Relief

Item number: 50132

The two Gladiators are fighting against a panther and a lion. The lion seems more powerful and jumps over an already prostrate fighter from the Circus Maximus in Rome.

Category: Reliefs


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0,54 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
16,00 × 22,00 × 2,00 cm

Gladiators fight in the Circus Maximus

The original comes from Rome, was found in the Circus Maximus and dates back to the 1st century AD.

The two Gladiators are fighting against a panther and a lion. The lion seems more powerful and jumps over an already prostrate fighter from the Circus Maximus in Rome.

This is a rare copy of a relief with this gladiator scene and the biting of the animal in an arena.

  • 1st c. AD.
  • Dimensions: 22x16cm
  • Rear suspension
  • Real Alabaster plaster, patina

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