Julio-Claudian Reliefs from reign of Claudius, 41-54 CE
Reliefs that have been associated with Ara Pietatis Augustae (Altar of Augustan Piety), Campus Martius, Rome; Kleiner, figs. 118-120.
Processional figures in togas, including flamen, to be identified as Silanus, or Caligula reworked as Claudius; Kleiner, fig. 118:
If you look at the figures on the relief center, you will see a individual with the physiognomy of Gaius Caligula on the left and the figure on the right has the physiognomy of the emperor Claudius? Kleiner mentions a recut from Caligula reworked or recut to Claudius? If that is Gaius Caligula on the left, does that date this relief to 37-41 A.D.? Anytime after his murder it would not make any sense, as there was not an official damnatio memoriae, but there sure was an unofficial one. Just food for thought?