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Roman Centurion Tombstone Relief Frieze Sculpture

Finish: Antique
Dimensions: 10" x 7.5" (25cm x 19cm)
Item No. S218
Period: Roman Imperial (1st-4th century A.D.)
Condition: New
This Item is an Identical Museum Reproduction


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Relief of a Roman Centurion – Tombstone of Marcus Caelius killed in Germany (1st Century AD). Marcus Caelius was a centurion of the Legio XVIII Augusta. This well-known tombstone in Castra Vetera Xanten is evidence of the death of a Roman soldier Marcus Caelius in the Varus battle in 9 AD. This stone is the only archaeological source about the much-discussed “Battle of the Teutoburg Forest” in which the Roman army was destroyed by the Germanic army. Ready for wall hanging.

Made of hardened marble dust (cast marble)
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