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Restoration of the damaged arms to the Via Labicana Augustus.
So named for the location of its discovery, the Via Labicana Augustus depicts the Emperor Augustus with his head veiled, likely in order to perform a sacrifice as part of his role as the Pontifex Maximus, the head priest of the Roman Empire.
For the sculpture as it exists today in the Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, see Via Labicana Augustus.