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It is thought to be a marble copy of a possible bronze original.
It is also contested that this particular sculpture is a reworking in marble of a bronze original, possibly a gift from Tiberius Caesar to his mother Livia (since it was found in her villa Ad Gallinas Albas in the vicinity of the ninth marker of the via Flaminia, and close to a late Imperial gate called Prima Porta) after Augustus' death and in honor of the woman who had campaigned so long for him to become the next Caesar.
This would explain the divine references to Augustus in the piece, notably his being barefoot, the standard representation of gods or heroes in classical iconography.
This incredible policy would of course, have devastating effects. These Latins may have accompanied the Hellenes into Greece, and then continued on into Italy.
The nature of the early contact between the two peoples, is unknown.
The sculpture is now displayed in the Braccio Nuovo of the Vatican Museums.
The dating of the Primaporta piece is widely contested.
So according to Roman mythology, Rome may have actually have been built by Etruscans, they did so on the Palatine Hill according to the Etruscan model: that is, they began with a pomoerium or sacred ditch. The Aeneid is a Latin epic poem written by Virgil in the late 1st century BC (70–19 B.
C.) that tells the legendary story of Aeneas, a Trojan who traveled to Italy, where he became the ancestor of the Romans.
However the situation changed after the "Whites" of Greece, had consolidated power and began to expand into the Western Mediterranean at about 750 B. C, the Etruscans attacked and occupied the area of Latium and settled themselves in the city of Rome, from here the influence of Etruscan civilization and art made itself felt in the entire Latin sphere.
But their expansion soon collided with that of the Greeks, especially in the sixth century B.