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Alea iacta est

The Die is Cast

Latin phrase attributed by Suetonius to Julius Caesar on January 10, 49 B.C. as he led his army across the Rubicon river. With this step, he entered Italy at the head of his army in defiance of the Senate and began his long civil war against Pompey and the Optimates
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Davide Caprili
2013

Savignano sul Rubicone /  Alea iacta est   Savignano sul Rubicone /  Alea iacta est

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Large corten steel sculpture of a open hand with a die.

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"Alea iacta est"

Opera realizzata in estemporanea su progette del Maestro Davide Caprili in occasione
della Fiera di Santa Lucia 2013, grazie alle preziosa collaborazione dei Maestrl del Ferro battuto:

Alvaro Ricci Lucchi
Andrea Cosci
Antonio Andruccioli
Antonino Crisafulli
Damiano Stefano Della Roia
Daniele Baudino
Domenico Costa
Evancio Girelli

Fabio Pilato
Francesco Crisafulli
Francesco Schepis
Franco Melis
Gabrio Grilli
Gianni Brancorsini
Gianpaolo Maniero
Giuseppe Agosta

Giuseppe Pelleriti
Massimiliano Benvenuti
Mosè Loss
Renato Nanni
Roberto Maccaferri
Valerio Gilberto Moretti
William Ventrucci

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Location (N 44°5'33" - E 12°23'37")

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Item Code: iter031; Photograph: 11 May 2017
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