Where is the statue of Apollo and Daphne?

Where is the statue of Apollo and Daphne?

Borghese Gallery and Museum

Where is Bernini's David?

Borghese Gallery and Museum

What is in the Borghese Gallery?

The Borghese Gallery in Rome hosts the collection of the Borghese family which includes ancient Roman art and Old Masters by greats like Caravaggio, Titian, Raphael and the best collection of marble statues by Bernini.

What is a Borghese?

Borghese is the surname of a princely family of Italian noble and papal background, originating as the Borghese or Borghesi in Siena, where they came to prominence in the 13th century holding offices under the commune. ... They were one of the leading families of the Black Nobility and maintain close ties to the Vatican.

Why did Bernini make David?

Bernini received the commission to carve the statue of David from Cardinal Scipione Borghese, Bernini's patron. The statue was to be used to decorate the patrons' villa. Bernini was working on the Apollo and Daphne sculpture at this time and knew if he accepted the commission his present project would be unfinished.

What style is Bernini's David?


How tall is David by Bernini?


Which period style does gianlorenzo's Bernini's David come from?


Why did Michelangelo carve David?

Florentines adopted the David as a symbol of their own struggle against the Medici, and in 1504 they decided that Michelangelo's creation was too good to place high up on the cathedral. Instead, they put it in a much more accessible place near the Palazzo della Signoria, the main square of the city.

Were there any black Roman emperors?

In the past years a lot of black and Asian people have settled in parts of Britain. Many years ago, there was an African Roman Emperor, Septimius Severus, who ruled large parts of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

How did Romans justify slavery?

The fact that slaves were taken from the losers in battle (and their subsequent offspring) was also a helpful justification and confirmation of Rome's (perceived) cultural superiority and divine right to rule over others and exploit those persons for absolutely any purpose whatsoever.

Did the Romans have slaves in Britain?

From before Roman times, slavery was prevalent in Britain, with indigenous Britons being routinely exported. Following the Roman Conquest of Britain slavery was expanded and industrialised. After the fall of Roman Britain, both the Angles and Saxons propagated the slave system.

When did slavery end in Italy?

The spanish dinasty of the Bourbones ruled independently this part of Italy from 1815 to 1860 (with the name of Kingdom of the Two Sicilies). In 1838, this Kingdom joined other European nations in declaring war to the 'tratta de' negri' ('trade of the Negroes').

Which country banned slavery first?


Who was the last country to abolish slavery?