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The Tetrarchs, porphyry sculptures on wall of San Marco, Venice. Close up of two heads and arms, the facial expression of each a blank stare. Their posture of an embrace was meant to convey that the four emperors would work as one. The sculpture was taken from Constantinople during the 4th Crusade, in 1204, and installed on the southwest corner of the cathedral.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download