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Tropaion « IMPERIUM ROMANUM
Tropaion,simply-the trophy (tropaeum)is a form of military monument erected by Greeks&Romans in honour of victory in the battle.It was usually a vertical pole in the shape of a tree with outstretched arms(later crossed with two sticks),to which captured military items were attached.The trophy was next sacrificed to deities for victory.Probably the most often tropaeumwas exposed to the public in Rome.During the Republic,it was part of the political game&an attempt to gain fame and electorate
an ancient statue is on display in a museum
a white marble bust of a man with his mouth open and hands in his pockets
Julius Caesar
a statue of a man wearing armor and holding his arm up in front of him
Statue of Augustus from Prima Porta. Detail. Rome, Vatican Museums, Chiaramonti Museum, New Wing, 14 (Roma, Musei Vaticani, Museo Chiaramonti, Braccio nuovo)
a statue of a man standing next to a child
a close up of a statue with a dragon on it's chest
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Bust of Cosimo Primo detail, Cellini Benvenuto
a large metal busturine with an elaborate helmet on top
Roman style armour bust
a statue of a man in armor with an elaborate hat and feather on his head
Andrey Ozyumenko
a bronze statue of a roman soldier with a helmet and plume on his head is shown against a blue background
Roman style armour bust