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  • English: Head of Emperor Constantine I, part of a colossal statue. Bronze, Roman artwork, 4th century CE, Musei Capitolini, Rome. Formerly at the Lateran Palace; gift of Sixtus IV, 1471.
  • Français : Tête de l'empereur Constantine, élément d'une statue colossale. Bronze, œuvre romaine, IVe siècle ap. J.-C., Musei Capitolini, Rome.
  • Italiano: Testa dell'imperatore Costantino. Bronzo, opera tardoromana, IV sec. d.C., Musei Capitolini, Roma.

Photo by Anthony Majanlahti, June 4, 2005.



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