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Rome. Yale University
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- of Constantine
(Italian: Statua Colossale
I) was a huge acrolithic statue
of the late Roman emperor Constantine
(c. 280–337) that...
- Perspective reconstruction
of the temple
of Despoina: the acrolithic statues
(L) and Despoina
(R) are visible
at the scale
in the cella...
- inaccurately) wrote
was made by Damophon
of Messene. This group comprises acrolithic
and Demeter seated
on a throne, with statues...
at a sacred
spring; it contained
(with an acrolithic
cult statue), as well as a theater, stoa, and ****ociated structures. The...
- now only used for emperors, as in the famous fragments
of a colossal acrolithic statue
of Constantine, and the 4th or 5th century Colossus
- were used for detail
such as eyes, jewellery, and weaponry. Other large acrolithic statues
for the flesh
parts, and wood for the rest, and marble...
in wood about which
we know very little, other
large, with the head and exposed flesh parts
- second campaign
of building, while
a colossal acrolithic statue
of the emperor Constantine
of this statue...
- the Naples National Archaeological
Museum. It was part of a colossal acrolithic
statue, and shows
with a central parting