Ara Pacis : fragment de procession sacrificielle

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Ara Pacis : fragment de procession sacrificielle
Musée du Louvre molding workshop (from 1909) Ara Pacis: fragment of a sacrificial procession Plaster, model on base H. 162 cm W. 120 cm D. 28 cm Based on the original work in the Musée du Louvre (Paris), dated just before Christ and discovered in Rome around 1565. This marble belonged to the Campana, de Mollis, Aldobrandini and Villa Medici collections, before arriving at the Louvre in 1861. Above all, it forms part of the Ara Pacis, Emperor Augustus' altar of peace, most of which can be seen reconstructed in Rome, along the Tiber next to Augustus' mausoleum. Louvre inventory no.: Cp 6468; Ma 1088 Period of manufacture and use of models on background: 1900-1960 Outdoor display possible: no Condition: missing, damaged, marks Type of mold in relation to model: fragment dos
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