Ludovisi Palace Hotel Rome

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  • Palace Hotel is a registered historic building in Cincinnati, Ohio, listed in the National Register on March 3, 1980. It is currently known as the "Cincinnatian Hotel".
  • Ludovisi is the XVI rione (historic district) of Rome. Its coat of arms has three golden bands and a golden dragon, everything on a red background. It is the coat of arms of the noble Ludovisi family, which here owned the beautiful villa bearing the same name.
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Rom, Palazzo Altemps, Ludovisischer Thron, Flötenspielerin (Ludovisi throne, flute player)
Rom, Palazzo Altemps, Ludovisischer Thron, Flötenspielerin (Ludovisi throne, flute player)
Der im 15. Jh. begonnene Palast wurde im spaten 16. Jh. von Kardinal Marco Sittico Altemps (Markus Sittich von Hohenems) und seinen Erben vollendet. Er ist heute Teil des Museo Nazionale Romano und beherbergt Skulpturen vor allem aus den Sammlungen Ludovisi, Altemps und Mattei, ausserdem einige agyptische Objekte. Die Aufstellungsmethode entspricht der im 16. Jh. zu Zeiten des Kardinals Altemps ublichen. Auf einer Seite des sogenannten ludovisischen Throns ist eine nackte weibliche Figur zu sehen, die auf einer Flote spielt. Man geht davon aus, dass dieses Kunstwerk, das im 19. Jh. auf dem Gelande der Villa Ludovisi in Rom ausgegraben wurde, aus einer griechischen Kolonie in Kalabrien stammt.
juno ludovisi
juno ludovisi
This colossal head was much admired by Goethe, who commissioned a replica for himself. After the family that owned it, it is called the Juno Ludovisi or the Hera Ludovisi, but it probably represents Antonia the Younger, mother of the emperor Claudius.

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