Category:Gemma Augustea

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English: The Gemma Augustea (Latin, Gem of Augustus) is a low-relief cameo gem cut from a double-layered Arabian onyx stone. It is commonly agreed that the gem cutter who created the Gemma Augustea was either Dioscurides or one of his disciples, in the teens or twenties of the first century CE. Lower part: erection of a tropaion.
<nowiki>Gema augustea; Gemma Augustea; Гемма Августа; Gemma Augustea; Gema de Augusto; Gemma Augustea; Гема Августа; Gemma Augustea; Gemma Augustea; Gemma Augusta; Гема Августа; Gemma Augustea; Gemma augustea; Gemma Augustea; جوهرة أغسطس; Gemma Augustea; 奧古斯都寶石浮雕; Skulptur von Dioskurides; pierre précieuse sculptée ayant appartenu à Auguste; sculpture by Octavianus Augustus; جوهرة رومانية قديمة منخفضة النقوش محفورة من حجر الجزع العربي ذي الطبقات المزدوجة.; פסל; камеја Октавијана Августа; Gemma Augustea; الرصيعة الأوغسطية</nowiki>
Gemma Augustea 
sculpture by Octavianus Augustus
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DepictsTiberius, chariot and Augustus
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LocationKunsthistorisches Museum, Maria-Theresien-Platz, Innere Stadt, Vienna, Austria
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  • 19 cm
  • 23 cm
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Wikidata Q653194
VIAF ID: 213077046
GND ID: 4136362-0
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