Armored Torso

Armored Torso is a marble work from the time of the Emperor Trajan (98-117 AD). It was found in Tindari (Messina) and is currently exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Palermo. Although it was initially identified as a statue of the Dioscuri (the twin sons of Zeus called Castor and Pollux), it is also thought to have been a representation of the Emperor Trajan himself. This work was photogrammetrized by Artmonite on a visit to the aforementioned Palermo Archaeological Museum.

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