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Aule Metele
Aule Metele
Aule Metele
Object type statue
object_type QS:P31,Q179700
Aule Metele is a Romano-Etruscan work in the Roman style and depicts an Etruscan man wearing a short Roman toga and footwear. His right arm is raised to indicate that he is an orator addressing the public. An inscription on the hem of his toga gives his name and parentage.
Date circa 100 BC
Medium lost-wax casting / bronze
medium QS:P186,Q34095
institution QS:P195,Q637237
Current location
Piano I, Sala XIV
Accession number
Object history
  • Place of discovery: Sanguineto or Pila (Perugia). Date:
  • 1566: collection Cosimo de’ Medici.
References Ministero per i beni culturali e ambientali - Soprintendenza archeologica della Toscana - Sezione didattica. Arringatore (PDF). Archeologica Toscana. Retrieved on 2013-11-02.

Media in category "Arringatore"

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