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Caracalla Bust Bronze Statuette Copy of an Original Statue in the Naples, National Archaelogical Museum Roman Empire Hot Cast Lost Wax Casting “Cire Perdue” with Oxidized Green Patina Museum Reproduction SB0012

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Beautiful bust statuette of Roman Emperor Caracalla. Original statue is in the Naples, National Archaeological Museum. Made from hot cast bronze (Lost wax casting) the statuette embeds genuine relief and has been aged with oxidized green patina.

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Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, better known as Caracalla, was the son of Septimius Severus and Julia Domna, born in 188 A.D. He was named Caesar in 196 and Augustus in 198. Shortly before his death, Severus advised his sons, “Agree with each other, give money to the soldiers and scorn all other men.” But the brothers hated each other and soon Caracalla had Geta murdered and massacred thousands suspected of supporting him. Although a capable military commander, the actual running of the government was left to his mother. He gradually slipped more and more into paranoia and delusions of grandeur before being murdered on his way to an Eastern campaign aimed at fulfilling his belief that he was the reincarnation of Alexander the Great.

Weight 159,5 g
Dimensions 6,6 mm

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