15 Nov-25 Aug. An exhibition organised by the Colosseum archaeological park hightlights the significant artistic and architecture legacy left from the African Severan dynasty which ruled from 193 to 235 AD.
The exhibition examines monuments and art dating from the era which is described as the "empire’s last period of greatness" before its decline. In addition to the Colosseum, the itinerary includes the Palatine Hill and Roman Forum, with particular emphasis on monuments linked to the emperors.
A highlight of the exhibit is the display of a cycle of exquisite marble busts found at Elagabalus’s baths, shown to the public for the first time.
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