romanseminar © 2012-
ROMAN SEMINAR -
Annalisa Lo Monaco
Augusto, il bimillenario della morte. Le mostre di Roma e Parigi.
Τhis exhibition dedicated to Augustus celebrates two thousand years from his death at Nola (Campania) on the 19th of August 14 A.D.
The exhibition has been made possible thanks to a co-
In parallel, the portraits of the most important members of his family are shown. They are divided into the Julian (Julia, Agrippa, Gaius and Lucius Caesar, Agrippa Posthumus) and the Claudian (Livia,Tiberius, Drusus) family branches. Furthermore, the portraits of the beloved sister of Augustus,Octavia the Younger, and of her son, Marcellus, are also exhibited. The exhibition is organized thematically, with a particular focus on the more innovative themes of Augustan art and society: the formation of a new artistic language (the so-
Medinaceli” (Sevilla, Cordoba and Budapest).