Category:Augustus of Prima Porta

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The Augustus of Prima Porta is a 2 m (80.3 in) high marble statue of Augustus which was discovered on 20 April 1863 in the Villa of Livia at Prima Porta, near Rome. His wife Livia Drusilla retired to the villa after his death. The sculpture is now displayed in the Braccio Nuovo of the Vatican Museums.

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Augustus of Prima Porta 
Ancient Roman sculpture of the emperor Augustus
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Depicts
Augustus, contrapposto, Panzer, Q1402893, Caelus, Aurora, Luna, Diana, Ceres, Apollo, Sol Invictus and sphinx
Culture
Made from material
Genre
LocationVatican Museums, Vatican City
Location of discovery
Collection
Inventory number
Inception
  • c. 20 BC (after 20 BC, before 37)
Time of discovery or invention
  • 20 April 1863
Significant event
Width
  • 130 cm
Length
  • 98 cm (socle)
  • 85 cm
Height
  • 208 cm
  • 12 cm (socle)
official website
41° 54′ 23.26″ N, 12° 27′ 15.66″ E
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This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.