Category:Musei Capitolini MC0058

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Object type Statue
Description
Colossal statue of Mars (Pyrrhus).
Date 2nd century AD
Medium sculpture in the round / marble
Dimensions Height: 360 cm (141.7 in).
Capitoline Museums Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q333906
Muzeum Kapitolinskie.JPG
Native name Musei Capitolini
Location Rome, Italy
Coordinates 41° 53′ 35″ N, 12° 28′ 57″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Established
Website museicapitolini.org
Authority control
Palazzo dei Conservatori, Vestibule
Accession number MC0058
Object history
English: "The Capitoline colossus can be dated to the late Trajanic and early Hadrianic period on a stylistic basis and in particular for the rendering of the hair and beard. The statue was found in the 16th century in the Forum of Nerva. After having been placed in several patrician homes, it was acquired by Pope Clemente XII in 1736 and taken to the Capitoline Hill in 1740."
Notes Lieu de découverte: Forum de Nerva à Rome
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