[Arch of Constantine: Marcus Aurelius Attic Panel, Rex Datus frieze, South face panel depicts enemy soldiers dragged before the emperor in the field, as indicated by the tree on the right side of the image (Rome, Italy)]
Bini, Barbara, 1945-1990
Photograph collectionsArch of Constantine (Rome, Italy)Marble sculpture, RomanRelief (Sculpture), RomanBuildings, structures, etcTriumphal archesArchaeological sitesArchitecture, Roman
Bini, Barbara, 1945-1990Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180Constantine
1 contact print : black/white ;6 x 6 cm. Contact is part of a 12 shot sheet.
American Academy in Rome
The AAR-Barbara Bini Collection of photographs on Rome consists of ca. 1000 images including contacts, photographic prints and duplicates. A selection from positives has been cataloged and corresponding negatives digitized.
Work described: contact from a 12 shot sheet. All images from different details on the Arch of Constantine, Marcus Aurelius Panel. South face panel two depicts enemy soldiers dragged before the emperor as indicated by the tree on the right side of the image. The emperor wears a tunic, a paludamentum and leggings. Pompeianus, similarly dressed, stands beside him. The panel has been broken in two and repaired
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