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A bust of the Roman Emperor Hadrian (117 to 138 CE), who presided over the empire following the emperor Trajan who extended the empire to its widest expanse. This bust was likely fitted into a full scale statue from which it has been separated.
Hadrian was a noted and self identifying philhellene, who used Greece’s cultural legacy as a unifying base upon which to distinguish Roman cultural aesthetics from the wider territory. Hadrian’s building program in Rome and across the empire used Greco-Roman art and architecture in a propagandistic campaign in this interest. His extensive villa in Tivola features a multitude of Hellenic sculptural works.
This model was compiled in Agisoft Metashape from 310 colour-checked images. Editing of the texture was undertaken in Blender to reduce aberrations.