Bust of Julius Ceasar
The bust of Julius Caesar will delight you with its impressive appearance! It is a stylish eye-catcher in your home, on your desk or in the library. Bring home a piece of history!
The great Commander Gaius Julius Caesar is one of the most famous rulers of the Roman Empire, because, together with his output as a writer, he has not lost his fascination. Almost all students of Latin will learn about his warfare, but also his encounter with the cultures of Gaul, of Germany, of Britain. If you are interested in the history of the Roman Empire, the bust of Caesar is the perfect accessory for your home.
Gaius Iulius Caesar was born on July 13, 100 BC in Rome. He was assassinated on March 15, 44 BC. Caesar was not just a, he was the Roman statesman, one of their most powerful and skilled military commander and author who contributed significantly to the end of the Roman Republic and worked towards its development towards an Empire. Caesar conquered the entire Gaul in the years of 58 BC to 51 BC. In the subsequent Roman civil war of 49 to 45 BC, Caesar won the autocracy. After his appointment as dictator for life, he was assassinated. His grandnephew and main heir, Octavian, the later Emperor Augustus, made the monarchy permanent, and so it remained for the next centuries, translated even into the Middle Ages and into modernity.
The impressive bust is a tribute to the Roman statesman, and we have carefully replicated the original, although reduced the size. The original is exhibited in the Vatican Museum in Rome and we worked on a detailed 3D scan, so that the reduction matches all the original proportions.
We use natural materials and a black marble base which makes the bust a particularly decorative eye-catcher.
- With a plaque of bronze "Julius Caesar"
- Overall height with marble Base: approx. 22 cm
- Material: genuine Alabaster gypsum, bronze patinated
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