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An English composition stone roundel

depicting Constantine the Great and Minerva in a battle scene, the convex tondo with lead fleur de lys clasps to the rim,

Dimensions: 73.6cm (29") Wide
Stock code: 91040
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This is a replica piece and also available through our printed catalogue. Constantine (AD275-337) was the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity, yet here he is depicted in a battle scene with Minerva (Greek - Athena) originally a goddess of war but also a goddess of arts and learning. It is Minerva who helped Perseus slay the Gorgon "Medusa" - Perseus gave her Medusa's head in thanks. KEYWORDS: relief, wall plaque, garden ornament, plaques, roundels, decorative stonework

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