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.
Gemma Augustea 
sculpture by Octavianus Augustus
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Instance of sculpture
LocationKunsthistorisches Museum, Innere Stadt, Vienna, AUT
Creator
  • Dioscurides
Collection
Inception
  • 10s (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Width
  • 19 cm
Height
  • 23 cm
Authority control
Wikidata
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