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Triumphal Column of Marcus Aurelius 3D Model
The Column of Marcus Aurelius is an Ancient Roman victory column located in the present-day Piazza Colonna, in Rome, Italy.
It is a Doric column with a spiral relief, which illustrates the victory of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius over the Marcomanni, Quadi and Sarmatians in the year 176. The narrative progresses as the spiral moves up the column, depicting scenes of Roman soldiers on the march, making camp, assembling, and constructing fortifications, in addition to numerous battle scenes. At various points, the emperor, Marcus Aurelius, addresses his troops.
The bronze sculpture atop the column is a non-ancient addition by the Catholic church, which carried out a restoration of the column in 1588. The bronze depicts Saint Paul.
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The Column of Marcus Aurelius: