• 8th or 9th decade of the 1st c. A.D.
  • Forum
  • White limestone Carving, dressing with a rotating drill
  • Height: 52 cm, head height: 25 cm, face width: 17 cm

This sculpture of the head of Emperor Vespasian was found during archaeological research of 1978. The sculpture is housed in the Archaeological Collection in Vid, set up in the village school and nursery school by the experts of the Archaeological Museum Split in 1989. In 1995/96 finds from Augusteum were added to the collection and the Archaeological Museum Split is planning to house it in the new museum to be constructed on the foundation of an old temple.

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