The Tusculum Portrait -- the only one we have made before Caesar's death?

The Tusculum Portrait, a bust of Gaius Julius Caesar made during his lifetime BCE).

In the Sparta Archaeological Museum (this one doesn't look remotely like him?)

In the Sparta Archaeological Museum (this one doesn't look remotely like him?

Made of green basanite and currently in Berlin, Altes Museum. Credit: Ann Raia, 2005.

Made of green basanite and currently in Berlin, Altes Museum.

Made of green basanite and currently in Berlin, Altes Museum. Credit: Ann Raia, 2005.

Made of green basanite and currently in Berlin, Altes Museum.

Found in Arles three years ago or so; I think it is on its way to the Louvre

Lutetia, the Gallo-Roman ancestor of Paris - Medicographia

Found in the Forum Romanum, dating to the time of Trajan. Currently in Naples, National Archaeological Museum. Credit: Barbara McManus, 2003.

Found in the Forum Romanum, dating to the time of Trajan. Currently in Naples, National Archaeological Museum.

In the Capitoline Museum (Museo Montemartini). Credit: Barbara McManus, 2003

In the Capitoline Museum (Museo Montemartini).

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