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Unique Roman sculpture of eagle. Object made of bronze; dated back to I-III century CE. Located in J. Paul Getty Museum.
The sculpture was complementary to the composition depicting Jupiter or the emperor. The eagle probably held a globe or a lightning bolt in its talons.
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