Where to Put Augustus?: A Note on the Placement of the Prima Porta Statue

@article{Klynne2000WhereTP,
  title={Where to Put Augustus?: A Note on the Placement of the Prima Porta Statue},
  author={Allan Klynne and Peter Liljenstolpe},
  journal={American Journal of Philology},
  year={2000},
  volume={121},
  pages={121 - 128}
}
In all the learned discussions on ancient sculpture, few objects have generated as much literature as the statue of Augustus from Prima Porta.1 While some studies manage to arrive at interesting conclusions regarding the Augustan artistic program, a good many can be held to be examples of classical studies running amok. One subject to which many scholars have devoted much time and thought is the statue's original place of display, at the Villa of Livia. In a recent study published in this… 
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