Monument to Julius Caesar

  • Roma, Italy
  • Monument to Julius Caesar - a bronze copy of the statue in the Capitol, set at the Forum of Julius Caesar recently.

    Forum of Julius Caesar himself was the first of the imperial forums built on the proceeds from the spoils of war in the war against goals. In the morning, before the decisive battle with Pompey at Pharsalus Caesar vowed to dedicate a new church of his divine progenitor. Pompey was finally defeated and Caesar in place between the old Forum and Quirinale built a new forum, the center of which stood a temple of Venus - the progenitor.

    Excavations of recent years have presented many surprises, revealing the beautiful remnants of the Forum and the Temple of Venus Genetrix. On this occasion, and a monument was erected.
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