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Palace of Conservatori - Museum for ancient sculpture, including the iconic Capitoline Wolf, plus art by Caravaggio & others.

Fourth-century fragment of Constantine stored at the Senate House on the Capitoline HIll in Rome.

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Tourist touches fragments of colossal head and hand of Constantine in Rome, December 1962. PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT SISSON, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

natgeofound: Tourist touches fragments of colossal head and hand of Constantine in Rome, December by Robert Sisson, National Geographic

Herbert List - Palazzo dei Conservatori, Roma 1949

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Courtyard of the Palace of the Conservators, Capitoline Hill, Rome, Italy , 1949 (Herbert List)

Capitoline Museums. Palazzo dei Conservatori. Hall of the Triumphs. Battle of Alexander versus Darius painting by Pietro da Cortona (c.1750). Statue: Spinario (1stC B.C. based on earlier models - it has been on the Capitoline since 1471).

No palazzo dei Conservatori podemos contemplar esta delicada escultura en bronce do século I d. que retrata a un neno sacando unha espiña do pé.

Statua equestre di Marco Aurelio - 176 d. C.- Bronzo dorato - Musei Capitolini.

Marco Aurelio Statue, Bronze originally covered in gold (some still visible), in the Museum Capitolini, Rome, Italy. According to the tradition Rome will exist as long as there's gold on the statue.

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sonambulosinsomnes: “ Museo Capitolino Ig: carlanolalliv ”

Castor and Pollux (the Dioscuri) are figures from Greek and Roman mythology considered the twin sons of Zeus or Jupiter. Semi-divine figures, they were credited with the role of saving those in trouble at sea or in grave danger in war and were particularly associated with horses and sports. The brothers were linked with Sparta especially and had their own temples in Athens and on Delos. (By Mark Cartwright) --AHE

Castor and Pollux

Castor and Pollux (the Dioscuri) are figures from Greek and Roman mythology considered the twin sons of Zeus or Jupiter. Semi-divine figures, they were credited.

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