Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The Boncompagni Ludovisi collection spans most of the museum. It consists of more than 100 works, including The Galatian Suicide and the remarkable Grande Ludovisi sarcophagus.
Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The Boncompagni Ludovisi collection spans most of the museum. It consists of more than 100 works, including The Galatian Suicide and the remarkable Grande Ludovisi sarcophagus.
Entrance hall of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The Boncompagni Ludovisi collection spans most of the museum. It consists of more than 100 works, including The Galatian Suicide and the remarkable Grande Ludovisi sarcophagus.
The southern arcade of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculptures displayed are part of the Mattei Collection and origin from Villa Celimontana on the Caelian Hill in Rome. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Courtyard of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Four of the sculptures displayed under the arches of the courtyard the Hercules, the Demeter, the Athlete at rest and the Maenad were part of the Altemps collection itself. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Demeter in the Hall of Antoninus Pius in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture in marble is a copy dated 2nd century A.C and inspired by a Greece original from the 4th century B.C. The statue origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Corridor of Pluto and Zeus in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculptures origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Giulia and Matidia in the Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The portraits of the women of the roman imperial families origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The portraits of emperors and personalities of the roman time origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The portraits of emperors and personalities of the roman time origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The portraits of emperors and personalities of the roman time origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The portraits of emperors and personalities of the roman time origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Princeps in the Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The portrait of a roman princeps from the Augustan time origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Antinoo in the Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The bust of Antinoo origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Marc Aurelius in the Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The bust in red marble dates from the 4th century A.C. while the head is a copy from the equestrian sculpture of the 16th century. The Marc Aurelius origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Marc Aurelius in the Hall of the Portraits in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The bust in red marble dates from the 4th century A.C. while the head is a copy from the equestrian sculpture of the 16th century. The Marc Aurelius origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Rests of a domus of the late imperial time in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The rests of a roman domus decorated with red stuccos were found during excavations of the foundations of Palazzo Altemps in the area were in the middle.age stood a tower. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Rests of a domus of the late imperial time in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The rests of a roman domus decorated with red stuccos were found during excavations of the foundations of Palazzo Altemps in the area were in the middle.age stood a tower. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Objects of the Everyday life from the roman, middle age and renaissance time in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The ceramics and glasses were found during excavations of the foundations of Palazzo Altemps in the area were in the middle.age stood a tower. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Objects of the Everyday life from the roman, middle age and renaissance time in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The ceramics and glasses were found during excavations of the foundations of Palazzo Altemps in the area were in the middle.age stood a tower. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Objects of the Everyday life from the roman, middle age and renaissance time in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The ceramics and glasses were found during excavations of the foundations of Palazzo Altemps in the area were in the middle.age stood a tower. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Rests of a domus of the late imperial time in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The rests of a roman domus decorated with red stuccos were found during excavations of the foundations of Palazzo Altemps in the area were in the middle.age stood a tower. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Herms in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall takes its name from the six herms representing Athena, Hermes, Dionysus, Theseus, Hercules and a Discobolus originating from the Ludovisi collection. In the hall are displayed to sculptures of Apollo Kitharoidos from the same collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Herms in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall takes its name from the six herms representing Athena, Hermes, Dionysus, Theseus, Hercules and a Discobolus originating from the Ludovisi collection. In the hall are displayed to sculptures of Apollo Kitharoidos from the same collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Apollo Kitharoidos in the Hall of the Herms in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The missing parts of the sculpture in marble were integrated in the 17th century by Ippolito Buzzi. The torso dates from the imperial age and is a copy of an hellenistic original. In the Hall of the Herms are displayed two sculptures of Apollo Kitharoidos. They origin both from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Herm of Dionysos in the Hall of the Herms in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall takes its name from the six herms representing Athena, Hermes, Dionysus, Theseus, Hercules and a Discobolus originating from the Ludovisi collection. In the hall are displayed to sculptures of Apollo Kitharoidos from the same collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Herms in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall takes its name from the six herms representing Athena, Hermes, Dionysus, Theseus, Hercules and a Discobolus originating from the Ludovisi collection. In the hall are displayed to sculptures of Apollo Kitharoidos from the same collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Herms in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall takes its name from the six herms representing Athena, Hermes, Dionysus, Theseus, Hercules and a Discobolus originating from the Ludovisi collection. In the hall are displayed to sculptures of Apollo Kitharoidos from the same collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Afrodite Cnidia in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture in marble is a copy of Praxiteles and was restored by Ippolito Buzzi (1562–1634). The statue origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Demetra in the hall of the Afrodite Cnidia in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture in marble was restored by Ippolito Buzzi (1562–1634). Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Athena Algardi in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture in marble was restored and partially integrated by the famous baroque sculptor Antonio Algardi in the 17th century. The statue origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Herms in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall takes its name from the six herms representing Athena, Hermes, Dionysus, Theseus, Hercules and a Discobolus originating from the Ludovisi collection. In the hall are displayed to sculptures of Apollo Kitharoidos from the same collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of Antoninus Pius in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall take its name from the statue of Antoninus Pius. The sculpture in marble is dated 140/147 century A.C after a Greece original from the 5th century B.C. The statue origins from the Ludovisi collection and was partially integrated by Ippolito Buzzi in the 17th century. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Apollo Kitharoidos in the Hall of the Herms in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The missing parts of the sculpture in marble were integrated in the 17th century by Ippolito Buzzi. The torso dates from the imperial age and is a copy of an hellenistic original. In the Hall of the Herms are displayed two sculptures of Apollo Kitharoidos. They origin both from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Athena Parthenos in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture in marble is a copy from the 1st century A.C. following the model of Phidias and was partially integrated in the 17th century. The statue origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the sarcophaguses in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays the sarcophagus representing the Labors of Hercules, a sarcophagus representing a Dionysian procession and two sculptures of Muse. They origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Sarcophagus representing the Labors of Hercules in the hall of the sarcophaguses in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sarcophagus representing the Labors of Hercules dates from the 3rd century A.C. It origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Maenad in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The statue origins from the Veneziani collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Manaed in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Manaed sculpture origins from the Veneziani collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Maenad in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The statue origins from the Veneziani collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Portrait of Galienus in the Room of the Emperors of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Torso of Polyphemus in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The torso in marble is a reply after the Polyphemus of the Villa di Tiberius in Sperlonga dated 1th/2nd century B.C. The statue origins from the Altemps collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Dionysus Ludovisi in the ground floor of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The so called Drunken Dionysos with Satyr and panther in marble is a Roman copy from the 2nd century A.C. after an Hellenistic original. It was partially integrated. The statue origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The southern arcade of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculptures displayed are part of the Mattei Collection and origin from Villa Celimontana on the Caelian Hill in Rome. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The southern arcade of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculptures displayed are part of the Mattei Collection and origin from Villa Celimontana on the Caelian Hill in Rome. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The southern arcade of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculptures displayed are part of the Mattei Collection and origin from Villa Celimontana on the Caelian Hill in Rome. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Dacian in the northern arcade of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture dates from the Julian-Claudian age and origins from the Basilica Aemilia in the Forum Romanum. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Demeter in the Courtyard of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Four of the sculptures displayed under the arches of the courtyard the Hercules, the Demeter, the Athlete at rest and the Maenad were part of the Altemps collection itself. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Courtyard of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Four of the sculptures displayed under the arches of the courtyard the Hercules, the Demeter, the Athlete at rest and the Maenad were part of the Altemps collection itself. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Courtyard of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Four of the sculptures displayed under the arches of the courtyard the Hercules, the Demeter, the Athlete at rest and the Maenad were part of the Altemps collection itself. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Hercules and the Maenad in the Courtyard of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Four of the sculptures displayed under the arches of the courtyard the Hercules, the Demeter, the Athlete at rest and the Maenad were part of the Altemps collection itself. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Staircase of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Staircase of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Southern loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Courtyard of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Four of the sculptures displayed under the arches of the courtyard the Hercules, the Demeter, the Athlete at rest and the Maenad were part of the Altemps collection itself. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Peplophoros and Draped Woman in the southern loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture of a Peplophoros in marble is a copy from the the 1st/2nd century A.C. after a Greece original from the 5th century A.C. The Draped Woman is from the imperial age. Both origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Peplophoros and Draped Woman in the southern loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture of a Peplophoros in marble is a copy from the the 1st/2nd century A.C. after a Greece original from the 5th century A.C. The Draped Woman is from the imperial age. Both origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Relief with ancient goddesses in the southern loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The relief with ancient goddesses dates from the 2scd century A.C. and origins from the Drago Albani collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio display a major collection of Egyptian art, found in Rome in the area of the Campus Martius where once the great Sanctuary dedicated to Isis stood. They partly come from Egypt and partly are the result of a Roman production after the Egyptian fashion that developed abreast with the spread of the Egyptian cults in the West.. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Hall of the Mother Goodnesses in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. In the room is exhibited the head of the Ephesian Artemis unearthed in 2009 during the urban excavation campaign in Via Marmorata. The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio display a major collection of Egyptian art, found in Rome in the area of the Campus Martius where once the great Sanctuary dedicated to Isis stood. They partly come from Egypt and partly are the result of a Roman production after the Egyptian fashion that developed abreast with the spread of the Egyptian cults in the West. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Hall of the Mother Goodnesses in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. In the room is exhibited the head of the Ephesian Artemis unearthed in 2009 during the urban excavation campaign in Via Marmorata. The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio display a major collection of Egyptian art, found in Rome in the area of the Campus Martius where once the great Sanctuary dedicated to Isis stood. They partly come from Egypt and partly are the result of a Roman production after the Egyptian fashion that developed abreast with the spread of the Egyptian cults in the West. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio display a major collection of Egyptian art, found in Rome in the area of the Campus Martius where once the great Sanctuary dedicated to Isis stood. They partly come from Egypt and partly are the result of a Roman production after the Egyptian fashion that developed abreast with the spread of the Egyptian cults in the West.. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio display a major collection of Egyptian art, found in Rome in the area of the Campus Martius where once the great Sanctuary dedicated to Isis stood. They partly come from Egypt and partly are the result of a Roman production after the Egyptian fashion that developed abreast with the spread of the Egyptian cults in the West.. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Apartments of Roberto Altemps or Hall of the Mattei collection in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. In the hall are displayed the sculptures originating from the Villa Celimontana in Rome and part of the Mattei collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Apartments of Roberto Altemps or Hall of the Mattei collection in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. In the hall are displayed the sculptures originating from the Villa Celimontana in Rome and part of the Mattei collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Apartments of Roberto Altemps or Hall of the Mattei collection in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. In the hall are displayed the sculptures originating from the Villa Celimontana in Rome and part of the Mattei collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Sarcophagus representing the mythical origin of Rome in the apartments of Roberto Altemps or Hall of the Mattei collection in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sarcophagus dates from 170/180 A.C. and is part of the Mattei collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The collection of Evan Gorgo in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Italian lyric tenor. Evan Gorgo was a collector of antiques and artistic works. An important part of his collection purchased by the Italian State is now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The collection of Evan Gorgo in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Italian lyric tenor. Evan Gorgo was a collector of antiques and artistic works. An important part of his collection purchased by the Italian State is now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The collection of Evan Gorgo in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Italian lyric tenor. Evan Gorgo was a collector of antiques and artistic works. An important part of his collection purchased by the Italian State is now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The collection of Evan Gorgo in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Italian lyric tenor. Evan Gorgo was a collector of antiques and artistic works. An important part of his collection purchased by the Italian State is now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The collection of Evan Gorgo in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Italian lyric tenor. Evan Gorgo was a collector of antiques and artistic works. An important part of his collection purchased by the Italian State is now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The collection of Evan Gorgo in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Italian lyric tenor. Evan Gorgo was a collector of antiques and artistic works. An important part of his collection purchased by the Italian State is now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The collection of Evan Gorgo in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Italian lyric tenor. Evan Gorgo was a collector of antiques and artistic works. An important part of his collection purchased by the Italian State is now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Draped Woman in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture identified with Lucilla dates from the 2cnd century A.C. and origins from the BNL PARIBAS banking group collection given recently to the museum and now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps opened in 2019 after an extensive restoration work Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Apartments of Roberto Altemps or Hall of the Mattei collection in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. In the hall are displayed the sculptures originating from the Villa Celimontana in Rome and part of the Mattei collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Prude Aphrodite in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture dates from the 1st century A.C. and origins from the BNL PARIBAS banking group collection given recently to the museum and now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps opened in 2019 after an extensive restoration work Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Boxer in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture dates from the 1st century A.C. and origins from the BNL PARIBAS banking group collection given recently to the museum and now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps opened in 2019 after an extensive restoration work Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Boxer in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture dates from the 1st century A.C. and origins from the BNL PARIBAS banking group collection given recently to the museum and now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps opened in 2019 after an extensive restoration work Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Draped Woman in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture identified with Lucilla dates from the 2cnd century A.C. and origins from the BNL PARIBAS banking group collection given recently to the museum and now exhibited in the new wing of Palazzo Altemps opened in 2019 after an extensive restoration work Altemps recently opened after an extensive restoration work. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Painted Loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The loggia frescoed with scenes of a secret garden displays the busts of the Twelfth Cesars, eight of whom can be identified, that origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Painted Loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The loggia frescoed with scenes of a secret garden displays the busts of the Twelfth Cesars, eight of whom can be identified, that origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Painted Loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The loggia frescoed with scenes of a secret garden displays the busts of the Twelfth Cesars, eight of whom can be identified, that origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Painted Loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The loggia frescoed with scenes of a secret garden displays the busts of the Twelfth Cesars, eight of whom can be identified, that origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Painted Loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The loggia frescoed with scenes of a secret garden displays the busts of the Twelfth Cesars, eight of whom can be identified, that origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Painted Loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The loggia frescoed with scenes of a secret garden displays the busts of the Twelfth Cesars, eight of whom can be identified, that origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Painted Loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The loggia frescoed with scenes of a secret garden displays the busts of the Twelfth Cesars, eight of whom can be identified, that origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Bust of Athena and Hygeia in the Cardinal's room of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Athena dates from the 2nd century A.C, the Hygeia from the time of Hadrian. They both origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Relief with Mask in the Cardinal's room of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The relief was part of an fountain of a thermal bath. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Antechamber of the apartment of the Cardinal in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The bust of Hercules and the bust of Hera displayed in the room origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Head of Hera in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The bust of Hera displayed in the Antechamber of the apartment of the Cardinal origins from the Ludovisi collection and dates from the 2nd/3rd century A.C. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Acolyte Ludovisi in the Hall of the Ludovisi Throne of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The head identified with Aphrodite o Persephone dates from the 5th century B.C. And origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Acolyte Ludovisi in the Hall of the Ludovisi Throne of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The head identified with Aphrodite o Persephone dates from the 5th century B.C. And origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Hall of the Ludovisi Throne of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Ludovisi Throne in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The main panel represents Aphrodite rising from the sea. The block of white marble is hollowed at the back and carved with bas-reliefs on the three outer faces. It's authenticity is debated; the majority, who accept it, date it to the period about 460 BC. The Throne was found in 1887, in the formerly extensive grounds of the Villa Ludovisi, Rome, where the ancient gardens of Sallust had been located. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Ludovisi Throne in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The left-hand panel represents a naked woman playing the aulos. The block of white marble is hollowed at the back and carved with bas-reliefs on the three outer faces. It's authenticity is debated; the majority, who accept it, date it to the period about 460 BC. The Throne was found in 1887, in the formerly extensive grounds of the Villa Ludovisi, Rome, where the ancient gardens of Sallust had been located. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Painted Loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The loggia frescoed with scenes of a secret garden displays the busts of the Twelfth Cesars, eight of whom can be identified, that origin from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Ludovisi Gaul Killing Himself and His Wife in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The wonderful sculpture also known as “Galatian Suicide” or “Galata Ludovisi” origins from the Ludovisi collection and is a Roman copy of the early 2nd century AD, of a Hellenistic original, ca 230-20 BC. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Galatian Suicide in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays among the most important masterpieces of the museum the sculpture also known as “Galatian Suicide” or “Galata Ludovisi”, the head of the Medusa Ludovisi, the Ludovisi Battle sarcophagus and the head of Mars. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the Galatian Suicide in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays among the most important masterpieces of the museum the sculpture also known as “Galatian Suicide” or “Galata Ludovisi”, the head of the Medusa Ludovisi, the Ludovisi Battle sarcophagus and the head of Mars. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Ludovisi Gaul Killing Himself and His Wife in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The wonderful sculpture also known as “Galatian Suicide” or “Galata Ludovisi” origins from the Ludovisi collection and is a Roman copy of the early 2nd century AD, of a Hellenistic original, ca 230-20 BC. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
One of the Erinyes or Medusa Ludovisi in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The head origins from the Ludovisi collection and is a Roman copy of the 2nd century A.D. After a Hellenistic original. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Ludovisi Battle sarcophagus and head of Ares in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Ludovisi Battle sarcophagus or "Great" Ludovisi sarcophagus dates around 250–260 A.C. and was found in a tomb near the Porta Tiburtina. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Ludovisi Battle sarcophagus in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Ludovisi Battle sarcophagus or "Great" Ludovisi sarcophagus dates around 250–260 A.C. and was found in a tomb near the Porta Tiburtina. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Ludovisi Gaul Killing Himself and His Wife in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The wonderful sculpture also known as “Galatian Suicide” or “Galata Ludovisi” origins from the Ludovisi collection and is a Roman copy of the early 2nd century AD, of a Hellenistic original, ca 230-20 BC. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The hall of the Obelisks in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays several masterpieces of the Ludovisi collection among others the group of Pan with Daphnis, the Satyr with a Nymph, the sculpture of Urania and the statue of Calliope. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The hall of the Obelisks in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays several masterpieces of the Ludovisi collection among others the group of Pan with Daphnis, the Satyr with a Nymph, the sculpture of Urania and the statue of Calliope. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Satyr with a Nymph in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The group in the hall of the Obelisks is an imperial copy after a Hellenistic original. The heads were added in the seventheen century perhaps by Bernini. The sculpture origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Sculptures of Urania and Calliope in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The statues in the hall of the Obelisks are both roman copies from the imperial time. after a Hellenistic original from the 2nd century B.C.. The sculpture origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Pan with Daphnis in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The group in the hall of the Obelisks is a Roman copy after a Hellenistic original by Heliodoros and a masterpiece of the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The hall of the Obelisks in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays several masterpieces of the Ludovisi collection among others the group of Pan with Daphnis, the Satyr with a Nymph, the sculpture of Urania and the statue of Calliope. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Staircase of the Spanish College in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Head of Hercules in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The bust of Hercules displayed in the Antechamber of the apartment of the Cardinal origins from the Ludovisi collection and dates from the 1st century A.C. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to
The Ludovisi Throne in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The main panel represents Aphrodite rising from the sea. The block of white marble is hollowed at the back and carved with bas-reliefs on the three outer faces. It's authenticity is debated; the majority, who accept it, date it to the period about 460 BC. The Throne was found in 1887, in the formerly extensive grounds of the Villa Ludovisi, Rome, where the ancient gardens of Sallust had been located. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Ludovisi Throne in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The right-hand panel represents a crouching veiled woman offering incense. The block of white marble is hollowed at the back and carved with bas-reliefs on the three outer faces. It's authenticity is debated; the majority, who accept it, date it to the period about 460 BC. The Throne was found in 1887, in the formerly extensive grounds of the Villa Ludovisi, Rome, where the ancient gardens of Sallust had been located. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Juno Ludovisi in the Hall of the Ludovisi Throne of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Due to its beauty the head of Hera.that probably represents the mother of the emperor Claudius Antonia minor became the symbol of the German Neoclassicism. The sculpture origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Ares Ludovisi in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Ludovisi Ares is an Antonine Roman marble sculpture of Mars, a fine 2nd-century copy of a late 4th-century B.C. Greek original, associated with Scopas or Lysippus. Rediscovered in 1622, the sculpture was lightly restored by the young Bernini. The sculpture was a sensational find and was one of the featured antiquities to be seen on the "grand tour". Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Ares Ludovisi in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Ludovisi Ares is an Antonine Roman marble sculpture of Mars, a fine 2nd-century copy of a late 4th-century B.C. Greek original, associated with Scopas or Lysippus. Rediscovered in 1622, the sculpture was lightly restored by the young Bernini. The sculpture was a sensational find and was one of the featured antiquities to be seen on the "grand tour". Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Orestes and Electra, also known as the "Ludovisi Group" in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The group", with the sculptor's signature: "Menelaos, student of Stephanos, made it" is a medium-grained marble, Greek artwork of the eclectic style with some restorations by Ippolito Buzzi. The sculpture origins from from the Ludovisi collection and was found in the Horti Sallustiani.. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Seated warrior in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The seated warrior, traditionally a pendant to the statue of Ludovisi Ares of Pentelic marble (body) and Parian marble (head) is a Roman copy after an Hellenistic original. Slightly restored, the head is antique (type of the Skopas Meleager) but does not belong to the body.. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of the obelisks in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. In the hall are displayed three masterpieces of the Ludovisi collection:the seated warrior, traditionally a pendant to the statue of Ludovisi Ares, the group ofOrestes and Electra, also known as the "Ludovisi Group" and the Ares Ludovisi. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Hermes Ludovisi in the hall of the painted prospects in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The Hermes Ludovisi is a Hellenistic sculpture of the god Hermes in his form of Hermes Psychopompus. Made of Italic marble, the sculpture is a 1st-century AC Roman copy after a bronze original of the 5th century BC which is traditionally attributed to the young Phidias, ca 440 BC. Its model is among the earliest sculptural representations of Hermes as beardless and youthful. It was acquired by Cardinal Ludovico Ludovisi for the Ludovisi collection . Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Hall of the painted prospects in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays masterpieces of the Ludovisi collection like the Hermes Ludovisi a Hellenistic sculpture of the god Hermes in his form of Hermes Psychopompus, the statue of Asclepius and the Statue of Hercules, 2nd A.C. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Statue of Asclepius in the hall of the painted prospects in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The statue of Asclepius, Roman copy from the 2nd century AD of an original Greek statue from the Hellenistic period. The sculpture origins from from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Torso of a Satyr in the Hall of the painted prospects in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays masterpieces of the Ludovisi collection like the Hermes Ludovisi a Hellenistic sculpture of the god Hermes in his form of Hermes Psychopompus, the statue of Asclepius and the Statue of Hercules, 2nd A.C. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Hall of the painted prospects in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The hall displays masterpieces of the Ludovisi collection like the Hermes Ludovisi a Hellenistic sculpture of the god Hermes in his form of Hermes Psychopompus, the statue of Asclepius and the Statue of Hercules, 2nd A.C. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Dionysus with Panther in the Hall of Dionysus in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture was restored in the 17th century and origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of Dionysus in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Brancaccio Bull in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The So-called “Brancaccio Bull”, the bull-god Apis holding the solar disk and the uraeus is an Egyptian artwork of Granodiorite from the Ptolemaic Era (2nd century BC), brought to Rome in the Imperial time. The statue was part of the Brancaccio collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Hall of Dionysus in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Brancaccio Bull in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The So-called “Brancaccio Bull”, the bull-god Apis holding the solar disk and the uraeus is an Egyptian artwork of Granodiorite from the Ptolemaic Era (2nd century BC), brought to Rome in the Imperial time. The statue was part of the Brancaccio collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Hall of the Mother Goodnesses in the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. In the room is exhibited the head of the Ephesian Artemis unearthed in 2009 during the urban excavation campaign in Via Marmorata. The so-called Apartments of D'Annunzio display a major collection of Egyptian art, found in Rome in the area of the Campus Martius where once the great Sanctuary dedicated to Isis stood. They partly come from Egypt and partly are the result of a Roman production after the Egyptian fashion that developed abreast with the spread of the Egyptian cults in the West. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Peplophoros in the southern loggia of the Altemps Palace National Roman Museum in Rome Italy. The sculpture of a Peplophoros in marble is a copy from the the 1st/2nd century A.C. after a Greece original from the 5th century A.C. The statue origins from the Ludovisi collection. Located near Piazza Navona the Altemps Palace is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome. Erected during the fifteenth century by the Riario family and refurbished a century later under the orders of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps, Palazzo Altemps since 1997 it is one of the four seats of the National Roman Museum. The Palazzo Altemps houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculpture that belonged to several families of the Roman nobility between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
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