Name Roman Emperor Featured in Photo Taken at Musee Saint Raymond, Toulouse

Almost every major dig in Toulouse leads to the discovery of artifacts that document the rich history of 'ville rose' across the centuries.

One of the 15 or so museums the city counts is Musee Saint-Raymond whose daily collection of 1000 pieces documents the daily life of the Celts and Romans in Toulouse. These 1000 pieces barely represents 10 percent of what the Museum team has collected so far.

Amongst them are busts (sculptures) of Roman emperors.

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Can you name the emperor pictured above (photo I took at Musee Saint Raymond in August 2012)?

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