Boštjan Štine is an artist who draws inspiration mainly from folklore and cultural heritage.
The statue of “Emonec”, a citizen from Emona (an old name for Ljubljana) shows a young man from the time of Emperor Trajan.
Dressed in a toga – a typical Roman garment that only free Roman citizens were allowed to wear.
“Emonec”, a 145 cm high statue, was made at the beginning of the 2nd century, at a time when the area of today’s Slovenia was part of the Roman Empire.
It was found in 1836 while digging the foundations for today’s Kazina building in the center of Ljubljana.
  • “Emonec”
  • Dimensions: 12 x 5 x 3 cm
  • Packed in cardboard packaging
  • Certificate
  • Material: stone/bronze
  • Gift linked to Slovenian cultural heritage
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