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Portonaccio Sarcophagus

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A sarcophagus for an unnamed Roman General. Currently at the Museo Nazionale Romano.

Portonaccio Sarcophagus

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A sarcophagus for an unnamed Roman General. Currently at the Museo Nazionale Romano.

Portonaccio Sarcophagus

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Unfinished sarcophagus showing Romans fighting barbarians, now in Palazzo Massimo Museum in Rome.

The Portonaccio Sarcophagus

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Ancient Roman sarcophagus found in the Portonaccio quarter of Rome in 1931 and now held at the Museo Nazionale Romano. The face of the general is unfinished, possibly because the sarcophagus did not belong to anybody yet.

Palazzo Altemps

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The Palazzo Altemps, located near the Piazza Navona in Rome, is a 15th century palace repurposed as a museum. The museum's collection houses primarily Ancient Roman and Greek statues and busts, which were later renovated in the Renaissance period. The museum's exhibit is largely comprised of the Ludovisi family's collection of ancient art: the most…

Portonaccio Sarcophagus

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The Portonaccio Sarcophagus is an Ancient Roman Sarcophagus created to commemorate a Roman General after his death. This Sarcophagus was not made for a particular general, the face of both the general and his wife remain blank in the Sarcophagus. The Sarcophagus was created during the 2nd Century AD. In the top frieze of the Sarcophagus images of…