Colossal statue of Veiovis

Statua colossale di Veiove
Flavian period or late-republican
Material and technique: 
From Rome, Campidoglio – Temple of Veiovis
inv. MC2446

The hall

Tabularium - Galleria trasversale

At the top of the stairs leading up from the Junction Gallery we find the colossal marble statue of Veiovis found in the cell area of the temple, where it must have been the central image of worship. On the right-hand side, protected by glass, we can see the rear portion of the high travertine marble pedestal of the Temple of Veiovis, beyond the remains of the large tufa-stone Tabularium wall, which at this point was indented to allow for the presence of the temple. 

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