Winged Victory of Brescia
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The winged Victory called "The Brescia Victory" is a "pastiche" assembled in Roman age sticking a Hellenistic bronze (3rd century BC) showing Aphrodite mirroring herself in Ares' shield to a pair of newly-created wings, in order to trasform it into a Victory writing on the shield the name of the conqueror. The statue had been hidden beneath the Capitoline temple in Brescia, together with other bronze objects, to prevent the consequences of a possible sack of the town in the 4th or 5th century, and unearthed only in 1826. It is now exhibited in the archaeological Santa Giulia Museum, in Brescia, Italy.
For more information, check this link at Google Arts and Culture: artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/brescia’s-winged-victory/rwIC6y5s2HsQLA
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- 3D model size: X 132 × Y 112 × Z 200 mm
- Publication date: 2021/09/26 at 01:04
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