File:Venice – The Tetrarchs 03.jpg

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The Four Tetrarchs, a porphyry sculpture sacked from the Byzantine Philadelphion palace in 1204, on a corner of Saint Mark's in Venice, next to the "Porta della Carta"

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Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs  wikidata:Q2570221 reasonator:Q2570221
Title
Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs
label QS:Les,"Retrato de los cuatro tetrarcas"
label QS:Lfr,"statue des quatre tétrarques"
label QS:Lbe-tarask,"Чатыры тэтрархі"
label QS:Lit,"Monumento ai Tetrarchi"
label QS:Lde,"Venezianische Tetrarchengruppe"
label QS:Lsr-el,"Carigradski tetrarsi"
label QS:Lbe,"Чатыры тэтрарха"
label QS:Lsr-ec,"Цариградски тетрарси"
label QS:Lzh,"四帝像"
label QS:Lsr,"Цариградски тетрарси"
label QS:Lro,"Monumentul tetrarhilor"
label QS:Lja,"テトラルキア像"
label QS:Lpt-br,"Os Tetrarcas"
label QS:Lpt,"Os Tetrarcas"
label QS:Lid,"Patung empat tetrarka"
label QS:Lpl,"Grupa tetrarchów"
label QS:Luk,"Чотири тетрархи"
label QS:Lnl,"Monument van de tetrarchen"
label QS:Leo,"Portreto de la Kvar Tetrarkoj"
label QS:Lsl,"Portret štirih tetrarhov"
label QS:Lsh,"Carigradski tetrarsi"
label QS:Len-gb,"Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs"
label QS:Len,"Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs"
label QS:Len-ca,"Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs"
label QS:Lel,"Σύμπλεγμα της τετραρχίας"
label QS:Lru,"Четыре тетрарха"
Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs
Object type sculpture / group of statues Edit this at Wikidata
Genre group of statues Edit this at Wikidata
Description
English: The tetrarchs (from the Greek words for "Four rules") were the four co-rulers that governed the Roman Empire as long as Diocletian's reform lasted. Here they were portraied embracing, in sign of harmony, in a porphyry sculpture dating from the 4th century, produced in Asia Minor, today on a corner of Saint Mark's in Venice, next to the "Porta della Carta".
Italiano: I tetrarchi (dal greco "quattro regnanti") furono i quattro co-regnanti che governarono l'impero romano durante la riforma di Diocleziano. Sono ritratti mentre si abbracciano, in segno di concordia e armonia, in una scultura in porfido del IV secolo d.C., di provenienza orientale, oggi a Venezia sull'angolo di San Marco, accanto alla "Porta della Carta".
Polski: Prednja stran kiparskega okrasa Doževe palače v Benetkah, dva od skupno štirih tetrarhov, material: porfir (kamen).
Date 0290s
date QS:P,+0290-00-00T00:00:00Z/8
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Medium porphyry
medium QS:P186,Q337238
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Dimensions height: 130 cm (51.1 in) Edit this at Wikidata
dimensions QS:P2048,+130U174728
Object location
45° 26′ 03″ N, 12° 20′ 23″ E Edit this at Structured Data on Commons Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMapinfo

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English: The Four Tetrarchs, a porphyry sculpture sacked from the Byzantine Philadelphion palace in 1204, on a corner of Saint Mark's in Venice, next to the "Porta della Carta" Edit this at Structured Data on Commons
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