The original work, in bronze, was discovered in Azaila (Teruel), in 1919 and nowadays belongs to the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid. In the beginning, it was thought that this bust was the image of young César Augusto, but more recent studies have determined that it corresponds to a Hispanic gentleman who took part at the service of Julius Caesar in the Gallic Wars.
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|Título||Cabeza original Cabeza Quinto Lunio Hispánico 54x23x24cm 7 kg|
|Reference||M.J. Almagro Museo de Reproducciones Artísticas : Catálogo del arte clásico Madrid Dirección General de Bellas Artes y Archivos Subdirección General de Museos 2000 n. 554 p. 411.|
|More Information||Reproduction in plaster of the original in bronze.|
|Warning||The reproduction of this object has been made with traditional methods of casting. Being a completely handcrafted process the finish or the final appearance of the pieces may not be exactly the same as the one shown in the images.|