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An equestrian statue was erected to his memory on the Heldenplatz in Vienna in 1860.
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In May 1822 he paid a visit to Naples, to superintend the construction of wax moulds for an equestrian statue of the perjured Bourbon king Ferdinand VII.
Francesco's successor Ludovico Sforza, commissioned Leonardo Da Vinci to design an equestrian statue as part of a monument to Francesco I Sforza.
In the centre of the High Street is the Scots baronial style Town Hall, built in 1886, and the east end has an equestrian statue, known as " the Horse ", erected in 1914.
The Apotheosis of St. Louis is an equestrian statue of the saint, by Charles Henry Niehaus, that stands in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum in Forest Park.
An equestrian statue of Saint Wenceslaus and other patrons of Bohemia ( St. Adalbert, St. Ludmila, St. Prokop and St. Agnes of Bohemia ) is located on Wenceslaus Square in Prague.
There is a similar great legend in Prague which says that when the Motherland is in danger or in its darkest times and close to ruin, the equestrian statue of King Wenceslaus in Wenceslaus Square will come to life, raise the army sleeping in Blaník, and upon crossing the Charles Bridge his horse will stumble and trip over a stone, revealing the legendary sword of Bruncvík.
Presidential Palace, Warsaw | Presidential Palace on Krakowskie Przedmieście in Warsaw, with equestrian statue of Prince Józef Poniatowski by Bertel Thorvaldsen.
Major memorials to Sherman include the gilded bronze equestrian statue by Augustus Saint-Gaudens at the main entrance to Central Park in New York City and the major monument by Carl Rohl-Smith near President's Park in Washington, D. C. Other posthumous tributes include the naming of the World War II M4 Sherman tank and the " General Sherman " Giant Sequoia tree, the most massive documented single-trunk tree in the world.
The principal squares of Reims include the Place Royale, with a statue of Louis XV, and the Place Cardinal-Luçon, with an equestrian statue of Joan of Arc.
The city hall ( hôtel de ville ), erected in the 17th century and enlarged in the 19th, features a pediment with an equestrian statue of Louis XIII ( reigned 1610 to 1643 ).
In 1998, one of the last monuments erected at Gettysburg National Military Park was dedicated as a belated tribute to Longstreet, an equestrian statue by sculptor Gary Casteel.
* Donatello's magnificent equestrian statue of the Venetian general Gattamelata ( Erasmo da Narni ) can be found on the piazza in front of the Basilica di Sant ' Antonio da Padova.
* In 1904, the city commissioned an equestrian statue of Howard by the eminent French sculptor Emmanuel Frémiet and installed it at Washington Square, Baltimore.
His plans reflected the nationalistic spirit of the time, and called for a structure adorned with six equestrian and 31 pedestrian statues of colossal proportions, crowned by a statue of Abraham Lincoln.
The month before, the bronze equestrian statue of Charles, on a pedestal of carved Portland stone was given Grade I listed protection.
Edme Bouchardon's equestrian statue of Louis XV was originally conceived to commemorate the monarch's victorious role in the War of the Austrian Succession ( 1740 – 48 ) and artistically executed to display a benign representation of the king as peacemaker.
To the west, the completion of the Arc de Triomphe in 1836 on the Place de l ' Étoile at the western end of the Champs Élysées formed the far point of this line of perspective, which now starts at the equestrian statue of Louis XIV placed by I. M.
* A bronze equestrian sculpture of Houston is located in Hermann Park in Houston, Texas This statue depicts Houston atop his horse with a single hand out stretched pointing directly towards San Jacinto.
Thorvaldsen produced some striking and affecting statues of historic figures, including two in Warsaw, Poland: an equestrian statue of Prince Józef Poniatowski that now stands before the Presidential Palace ; and the seated Nicolaus Copernicus, before the Polish Academy of Sciences building — both located on Warsaw's Krakowskie Przedmieście.
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Born into an old, wealthy equestrian branch of the Plebeian Octavii family, Augustus was adopted posthumously by his maternal great-uncle Gaius Julius Caesar in 44 BC following Caesar's assassination.
Catullus came from a leading equestrian family of Verona in Cisalpine Gaul, and according to St. Jerome, he was born in the town.
This degradation, properly speaking, included all the other punishments, for an equestrian could not be made an aerarius unless he was previously deprived of his horse, nor could a member of a rustic tribe be made an aerarius unless he was previously excluded from it.
The first known equestrian governor of the two provinces was one Marcus Fadius Celer Flavianus, in office in 44 CE.
From the list of jurors he struck an equestrian who had divorced his wife and taken her back, while an ex-quaestor was expelled from the Senate for acting and dancing.
His father was initially a member of the equestrian class, but was later elevated to the rank of senator.
As much as Epicurus or Socrates was content to possess is best, or-in the Roman manner-a fortune equal to the equestrian order.
In 127, at the age of six, Marcus was enrolled in the equestrian order on the recommendation of Emperor Hadrian.
Lucius Septimius Severus was born to a family of equestrian rank in the Roman province of Africa proconsularis.
Macrobius says that Virgil's father was of a humble background ; however, scholars generally believe that Virgil was from an equestrian landowning family which could afford to give him an education.
There are inconsistencies with this conclusion, such as there is no mention of Caesar's invasions of Britain in De Architectura, nor of other things with which Mamurra was associated, such as equestrian military practices, and a love for nepotism and personal wealth.
Astley's Amphitheatre in Lambeth, London, featuring equestrian acts in a 42-foot wide circus ring, was the epicentre of the 19th century circus.
Not long after his baptism he was ordained deacon, and soon afterward presbyter ; and some time between July 248 and April 249 he was chosen bishop of Carthage, a popular choice among the poor who remembered his patronage as demonstrating good equestrian style, while a portion of the presbytery opposed it, for all Cyprian's wealth and learning and diplomacy and literary talents.
His first, in 80 or 81 BCE, was technically illegal, reluctantly granted by a cowed and divided Senate when Pompey was aged only 24, a mere equestrian.
In 55 BCE, Pompey's " gift to the Roman People " of a gigantic, architecturally daring theatre was dedicated to Venus Victrix, and thereby connected the once equestrian vir triumphalis to Aeneas, son of Venus and ancestor of Rome itself.
On 19 August 1800, when Anning was 15 months old, an event occurred that became part of local lore ; she was being held by a neighbour, Elizabeth Haskings, who was standing with two other women under an elm tree watching an equestrian show, being put on by a travelling company of horsemen, when lightning struck the tree.
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( Other equestrian statues, from the 14th century, had not been executed in bronze and had been placed over tombs rather than erected independently, in a public place.
* An equestrian statue of Custer by Edward Clark Potter was erected in Monroe, Michigan, his boyhood home, in 1910.
But of all public memorials the most striking is the colossal equestrian statue of the emperor William I of Germany, erected by the Rhine provinces in 1897, standing on a lofty and massive pedestal, at the point where the Rhine and Mosel meet.
An equestrian statue in his honor was erected in the late 19th century in Burnside Park in Providence.
Much to the annoyance of Marius, a gilded equestrian statue of Sulla donated by King Bocchus was erected in the Forum to commemorate his accomplishment.
In 1699 he completed the bronze equestrian statue of Louis XIV, erected by the town of Paris on the Place Louis le Grand.
In 1851 the famous equestrian statue of King Frederick II of Prussia was erected on the centre strip, designed by Christian Daniel Rauch.
Cardinal Richelieu had an equestrian bronze of Louis XIII erected in the center ( there were no garden plots until 1680 ).
An equestrian statue by Frederick W. Ruckstull was erected on the grounds of the South Carolina State House in 1906.
He produced his equestrian statue of Napoleon I in 1868, and of Louis d ' Orleans of 1869 ( at the Château de Pierrefonds ) and in 1874 the first equestrian statue of Joan of Arc, erected in the Place des Pyramides, Paris ; this he afterwards ( 1889 ) replaced with another version.
On August 21, 1770, the British government erected a 4, 000 pound ( 1, 800 kg ) gilded lead equestrian statue of King George III in Bowling Green ; the King was dressed in Roman garb in the style of the Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius.
Sandels was perhaps the most highly respected commander of the Finnish troops, and in honour of him and his noble and highly renowned horse Bijou, an equestrian statue was erected in the center of Rantsila in 1989.
Union Square is noted for its impressive equestrian statue of U. S. President George Washington, modeled by Henry Kirke Brown and unveiled in 1856, the first public sculpture erected in New York City since the equestrian statue of George III in 1770, and the first American equestrian sculpture cast in bronze.
Across the way the Bowery Amphitheatre was erected in 1833, specializing in the more populist entertainments of equestrian shows and circuses.
A bronze equestrian statue of Davis was erected in 1927, at Sycamore Street and Randolph Avenue in Elkins ; it is located in the Wees Historic District.
The Society of the Army of the Tennessee presented an equestrian statue of McPherson, which was erected at McPherson Square and dedicated on October 18, 1876.
In 1828, Bosio saw his grandiose equestrian sculpture of Louis XIV erected in the Place des Victoires in Paris and was made an Officier of the Légion d ' honneur.