Items from "Carlos Lapuerta": 5
A statue of Augustus dressed as Pontifex Maximus, with his head covered. This is this portraying him as religious head of the empire. It was found near the Via Labicana, near the Oppian hill. He is depicted as fairly young in this statue.
A bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius on horseback. This is the only surviving bronze statue of a non-Christian Roman emperor. Marcus’ stretched out arm is potentially an indicator that he is giving mercy. There used to be a barbarian cowering at the feet of the horse.
An arch dedicated to Constantine by the senate, celebrating his victory in the civil war against Maxentius, and ten years of his reign. It was dedicated in 315 AD. It is located along the via triumphalis, near the Colosseum, and looking through it one would have been able to see the Colossus of Sol. It was made using spolia from other monuments.