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Roman Emperor Aulus Vitellius Italian Bust Sculpture Ceramic Patinated - $200 (Hernando)

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condition: like new
size / dimensions: 27” x 18”

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Large and impressive.

Appears to be made of ceramic, painted to look like bronze. Well done.

Approximately 27” x 18”.

Excellent condition with no significant chips, cracks, or repairs.

*Free local pickup in Hernando, FL 34442.

*Delivery available to the Tampa area.

-Aulus Vitellius (/vɪˈtɛliəs/, vih-TELL-ee-əs; Latin: [ˈau̯lʊs wɪˈtɛlːijʊs]; 24 September 15 – 20 December 69) was Roman emperor for eight months, from 19 April to 20 December AD 69. Vitellius was proclaimed emperor following the quick succession of the previous emperors Galba and Otho, in a year of civil war known as the Year of the Four Emperors. Vitellius was the first to add the honorific cognomen Germanicus to his name instead of Caesar upon his accession. Like his direct predecessor, Otho, Vitellius attempted to rally public support to his cause by honoring and imitating Nero who remained widely popular in the empire.

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