Original, Replica(s) and Parallel replica(s)
|The browse Entries boxes Original, Replica(s) and Parallel replica(s) are relevant when searching for sculptures: By starting a secondary Monument Search links between sculptures can be found.
Sculptures can be related to one another in the following ways: as originals (Original) and replicas (Replica(s) or respectively as Replica(s) known to Renaissance), or as parallel replicas (Parallel replica(s)) based on the same original.
|In the case of the Amor from the Capitoline collection (CensusID 156118) this interconnection is apparent.
|When searching for all replicas entered in the database one accesses the secondary Monument Search with Replica(s): browse Entries.
In the drop-down menu select/insert all hits can be selected using the option Select All, and by clicking on the button Confirm in the top navigational box they will be included in the monument search.
|By confirming the search the desired number of hits are listed.
Original: browse Entries
Enter an original in the browse Entries box: search for the replica(s) of this original.
Replica(s): browse Entries
Enter a replica in the browse Entries box: search for the original of this replica.
Parallel Replica(s): browse Entries
Enter a replica in the browse Entries box: search for the parallel replica(s) of this sculpture.