The Battle of the Milvian Bridge (Giulio Romano)
"The Battle of the Milvian Bridge", or "The Battle at Pons Milvius", is a
frescoin one of the rooms that are now known as the Stanze di Raffaello, in the Apostolic Palacein the Vatican. "The Battle of Milvian Bridge", located in the "Sala di Costantino" ("Hall of Constantine"), is by Giulio Romanoand other assistants of the Italian Renaissanceartist Raphael, who died in 1520. It was most likely painted to Raphael's design between 1520and 1524.
After the master's death, Giulio Romano worked together with other members of Raphael's workshop to finish the commission to decorate with
frescoes the rooms that are now known as the Stanze di Raffaello, in the Apostolic Palacein the Vatican. "The Battle of the Milvian Bridge" shows the battle that took place on October 28, 312between the Roman Emperors Constantine Iand Maxentius. Constantine won the battle, and attributed his victory to the God of Christianity.
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