Art 1906 Notes
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2-29-16 Art 1906 Notes: HEAD OF A MAN (TRADITIONALLY KNOWN AS “BRUTUS”): c. 300 BCE. Bronze, eyes of painted ivory, height 12-1/2” (31.8cm). Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome. (Fig. 06-12) PORTRAIT HEAD OF AN ELDER FROM SCOPPITO: 1 century BCE. Marble, height 11” (28cm). Museo Nazionale, Chieti. (Fig. 06-13) PATRICIAN CARRYING PORTRAIT BUSTS OF TWO ANCESTORS (KNOWN AS THE BARBERINI TOGATUS): End of 1 century BCE or beginning of 1 century CE. Marble, height 5’5” (1.65m). Palazzo de Conservatori, Rome. (Fig. 06-14) AULUS METELLUS (THE ORATOR): Found near Perugia. C. 80 BCE. Bronze, height 5’11” (1.8m). Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Florence. (Fig. 06-15) DENARIUS WITH PORTRAIT OF JULIUS CAESAR: 44 BCE. Silver, diameter approximately ¾” (1.9cm). American Numismatic Society, New York. (Fig. 06-16) PONT DU GARD: Nimes, France. Late 1 century BCE. Height above river 160’ (49m), width of road bed on lower arcade 20’ (6m). (Fig. 06- 17) EXTERIOR VIEW (A) AND PLAN (B) of a TEMPLE, PERHAPS DEDICATED TO PORTUNUS: Forum Boarium (Cattle Market), Rome. Late 2 ndcentury BCE. (Fig 06-18a) st AUGUSTUS OF PRIMAPORTA: Early 1 century CE. Perhaps a copy of a bronze statue of c. 20 BCE. Marble, originally colored, height 6’8” (2.03m). Musei Vaticani, Braccio Nuovo, Rome. (Fig. 06-19) ARA PACIS AUGUSTAE (ALTAR OF AUGUSTAN PEACE): Rome. 13-9 BCE. View of west side. Marble, approx. 34’5” x 38’ (10.5 x 11.6 m). (Fig. 06- 20 A Broader Look)
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