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Updated: 14 April 2015
Segmenta nobilium signorum et statuarum
- Segmenta nobilium signorum et statuarum
Two nude men wrestling, with the arch of Constantine and the Colosseum in the background; after a marble statue, shown here with the restorations (heads, right arm), formerly in the Medici collection, now in the Uffizi. 1638 Etching
- Height: 190 millimetres
- Width: 176 millimetres
Inscription ContentSigned on plate with monogram; numbered on plate: '35'.
From a series reproducing statues then located in Rome, see 1895,1031.28 for comment on set.
This particular plate and the rest of the set are bound in an album (see 1972,U.922.1).
- Associated with: Rome
- (Europe,Italy,Lazio,Rome (province),Rome)
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Object reference number: PPA196804
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