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Bust of Emperor Constantine I, Roman, 4th century
Bust of Emperor Constantine I, Roman, 4th century
Remains of the Imperial palace of Mediolanum (Milan). The imperial palace (built in large part by Maximian, colleague of Diocletian) was a large compl
Remains of the Imperial palace of Mediolanum (Milan). The imperial palace (built in large part by Maximian, colleague of Diocletian) was a large complex with several buildings, gardens, and courtyards, used for the Emperor's private and public activities, and for his court, family, and imperial bureaucracy.
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Head of the Colossus of Constantine, Capitoline Museums
Head of the Colossus of Constantine, Capitoline Museums
Mosaic in the Hagia Sophia, section: Maria as patron saint of Constantinople, detail: donor portrait of Emperor Constantine I with a model of the city
Mosaic in the Hagia Sophia, section: Maria as patron saint of Constantinople, detail: donor portrait of Emperor Constantine I with a model of the city
Remains of the luxurious residence palace of Mediana, erected by Constantine I near his birth town of Naissus
Remains of the luxurious residence palace of Mediana, erected by Constantine I near his birth town of Naissus
Head from a statue of the emperor Diocletian
Head from a statue of the emperor Diocletian