Statue of Vespasian from Misenum | Author: Roger B. Ulrich
A marble statue of emperor Vespasian who was depicted as a hero. The object was found in the remains of the sanctuary Sodales Augustales in Misenum (present-day Bacoli, Italy) – a college taking care for the cult of Octavian Augustus.
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