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Marcus Aurelius mounted on horseback. Bas-relief. 84x65cm

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Marcus Aurelius mounted on horseback, reproduction of a relief made in molded marble (marble dust bonded with resins). Finishing done with aging patinas based on natural earth tones that give it the texture and appearance of an ancient sculpture embellished by the passage of time.

Measurements: Height: 84 cm. Width: 65 cm. Depth: 11 cm.

Reproductions of reliefs and sculptures, inspired by original museum pieces. Ancient art from Greece and Rome. Handmade in Spain. Ideal for interior decoration (living rooms, lobbies, libraries, and offices). Statue suitable for outdoors, terraces, and gardens, resistant to the elements.

Reproduction of a relief of Marcus Aurelius mounted on horseback. The Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121 AD – 180 AD) is known as one of the “Five Good Emperors.” He bequeathed to us a masterful work of philosophical reflections on self-knowledge and good governance: the “Meditations,” written directly during his campaigns.

Marcus Aurelius, the philosopher-emperor, ruled the Roman Empire alongside co-emperor Lucius Verus from 161 to 180 AD. His legacy transcends his role as emperor, as he is also remembered as one of the most notable Stoic philosophers. His best-known work, “Meditations,” is a journal in which he reflects his thoughts, focused on the constant pursuit of virtue and wisdom and their implementation in everyday life.

Marcus Aurelius faced numerous significant challenges during his reign, including military conflicts, epidemics, and internal crises. Amidst the difficulties, he was able to maintain the stability of the empire, despite both external and internal threats. Thanks to Stoic philosophy, he could bear the pressures of governance, following the precepts of Stoicism that urge acceptance of adversities with serenity and the cultivation of virtues such as generosity, justice, self-discipline, and moderation.

Marcus Aurelius has come down to us as an example of a leader capable of exercising political power from a practical philosophical perspective, based on personal reflection that leads to a constant search for inner perfection and the implementation of virtues.

“Our life is what our thoughts make it.” (Marcus Aurelius)

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