Roman Quadriga Relief: Chariot Racing In The Circus Maximus
Reliefs were very popular among the ancient Greeks and Romans. They could be found on temples, altars or public buildings depicting in a monumental way scenes of national history, mythology or everyday life in Rome. But even more convenient reliefs have been preserved from antiquity in great numbers: Small marble or limestone slabs, in which sculptural figures were carefully carved. Depending on the application, the designs may vary and depict every imaginable scene of life in ancient times.
- Replica of an original Quadriga relief from the Museo Nazionale Romano in Rome
- Size: 25 x 20 cm
- Mounting on the back side
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