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Colossal head of Roman Emperor Constantine, founder of Catholic (meaning all-encompassing) Christianity. He compiled this religion, pulling in the beliefs, gods, celebrations, and customs of dozens of religions, under the banner of a new form of Christianity, to unite the far flung people of the Roman Empire with one State religion. The head, dating from 330 AD, measures 8.53 feet. It is what remains of a statue that had to reach a total height of 40 feet, at Palazzo Conservatori in Rome.
Colossal head of Emperor Constantine of the Roman Empire. The head, dating from 330 AD, measuring 2.60 meters (8.53 feet). It is what remains of a statue that had to reach a total height of 12 meters (39.37 feet), once placed in front of the Basilica of Maxentius. Today it's exposed at Palazzo Conservatori in Rome