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Roman altar dedicated to Eumoplus
Roman altar dedicated to Eumoplus, slave of
Nero. According to the inscription, Eumoplus was responsible for the equipment of Domus Aurea (the so-called suppellectile domus aureae).
The slave is shown with a radiant halo around his head, which refers to the deity Sol (Greek Helios). It is located in the National Archaeological Museum of Florence (Italy).
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