Bust in Nero marble (37 AD-68 AD), reproduction inspired by the work present in the collection of the Museums Capitoline, Rome.
Nero (Lucio Domizio Enobarbus ) , was the fifth and last emperor of the Julius-Claudian dynasty. D uring the first part of his dominion, he ruled with his mother Agrippina. He was the most controversial emperor and one of the events that most remember him was the outbreak of the fire in Rome. The emperor had the Christians living in the city accused of having started the fire, and after his death, he was accused himself.
The history directly to your home
- Material: recomposed Carrara marble
- Dimensions: H 5,90"x W 4,52" (15 cm x 11.5 cm)
- Weight: 0,81lb (370 gr)
Product in Italy
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