Other Related Sculpture

Two marbles from slopes of the Capitoline Hill
Base of Column of Antoninus Pius

The 2 marble fragments below were on display in the lower level of the Museo dell'Ara Pacis. The fragment of a portion of a leg of a seated, togated figure, is especially well preseved and shows the extraordinary skill and beauty of form and design of Augustan era carving.  

The base of the Column of  Antoninus Pius, dating from about 161 CE, on display at the Vatican Museum, provides evidence for the appearance of the Obelisk of Psametik II and Augustus, and possiby also for portions of the Roma and Lupercal reliefs on the Ara Pacis Augustae.