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Augustus Caesar (Found in Pompeii)

The Museum of Antiquity

Augustus Caesar, the first true Emporer of Rome, was wildly popular throughout his new domain. Considered one of the greatest Emporers of all time, and later even a god, Augustus's likeness could be found in every corner of the Roman Empire. 

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