Head of Caracalla Roman Emperor in Carrara marble (188 AD - 217 AD) inspired by the statue displayed in the Archaeological Museum of Naples.
Marco Aurelio Severo Antonino Pio Augusto known as Caracalla, of the Severi dynasty. Famous for Constitutio antoniniana (Antonine Constitution), 212 AD, also called Edict of Caracalla, in which Roman citizenship was granted to all inhabitants of the Roman Empire. Known for Caracalla's thermal baths, the most impressive ever built in the empire.
Marble bust ideal for history lovers.
- Material: Carrara marble cast
- Patinated by hand
- Size: 6"H x 4,5"W x 1,9"D (15.5 x 11.5 x 5cm)
- Weight: 0,88 lb (400 gr)
Produced in Italy