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EVA FUNDERBURGH: "Triumph" (partial) - Dictator

EVA FUNDERBURGH: "Triumph" (partial) - Dictator


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A closer look at the "Triumph" Dictator.

2015. Wood fired porcelain, stoneware and leather. Full Procession: Eleven separate pieces, some comprised of more than one Beast and accoutrements. See close ups of individual pieces in other separate listings, titled "Triumph".

Dimensions, full procession: 8' long x 1.5' wide x 8" tall.

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A Roman Triumph (originally from the Greek thriambus) was a spectacular, propagandistic military parade which took place in ancient Rome. After a significant victory, the returning general would parade in front of the civilians, presenting the conquered people as slaves and prisoners, and displaying captured loot.

Some early Roman scholars trace the first Roman Triumph and the "kingly" garb of the "Dictator" or "General" to Romulus, first king of Rome, around the time of the city's founding in 753 BCE.

This piece, started and completed in 2015, depicts the end of the generations-long conflict between the Elk Beasts and the Ram Beasts. Any similarities to events of 2016 CE are purely - if oddly - coincidental.


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