The Gilt Bronzes from Cartoceto di Pergola are the only surviving Roman gilt bronze equestrian group. The monumental ensemble was composed of at least two knights, of which only one remains, atop their horses, and two women standing.
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... the Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici delle Marche and the municipality of Pergola over the location where the bronzes would be preserved ... until 1972, when it was moved to the Museo dei Bronzi dorati della città di Pergola, built specifically for this purpose ... A compromise solution now moves the original bronzes and replicas between the two sites ...
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“Edith: This complete loveliness will fade. And we shall forget what it was like.
Edward: Edith, dont.
Edith: Oh, its bound to. Just a few years and the gilt wears off the gingerbread.
Edward: Darling, answer me one thing truthfully. Have you ever seen gingerbread with gilt on it?
Edith: [laughing] Fool!
Edward: Then the whole argument is disposed of.”
—Reginald Berkeley (1890 N1935)