Plinth of a statue with Drusus inscription

Basamento di statua con iscrizione di Druso
From the Augustan Era: 2 BC
Material and technique: 
Luna marble
Ricomposto da cinque frammenti combacianti: FA 1195 a - b - c - d - e

Inscription text:
[Nero] Cl[a]udiu[s] Ti(beri) f(ilius)
[Dru]sus German[i]cus/ [co(n)s(ul)] pr(aetor) urb(anus) q(uaestor) aug(ur) imp(erator)
[app]ellatus in Germania

Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus, son of Tiberius, consul, city praetor (judge of civil cases between citizens), quaestor (treasury officer) and augur (a man who interprets the will of the Gods) was proclaimed Imperator (Commander / Emperor) in Germany

Masterpieces of the hall

The hall

Portici ed esedre

Moving along to the rooms in the central body of the museum, we come to the section dedicated to the porticoes of the Forum and a reconstruction of part of the architectural order from the façade overlooking the square is on display.