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The Colossus of Constantine, an acrolithic statue that once occupied the Basilica of Maxentius in Rome. Portions of this colossal statue (A head, arm, knee and hand.) of Emperor Constantine now reside in the Palazzo dei Conservatori. Carved from white marble. Circa 312-315 AD.

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The Colossus of Constantine, an acrolithic statue that once occupied the Basilica of Maxentius in Rome. Portions of this colossal statue (A head, arm, knee and hand.) of Emperor Constantine now reside in the Palazzo dei Conservatori. Carved from white marble. Circa 312-315 AD.