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"Busto con testa di Vespasiano (9 - 79 AD) from the Flavian era" (see related A) Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Tuscany, Italy
The "square" face of Vespasian was inherited by his son Titus - see related images.
The "Flavian dynasty" started in 69 AD with the Roman Senate nominating Vespasian as Emperor and was continued by his son Titus and Domitian until 96 AD when he was assassinated. The most lasting Flavian landmark is the Colosseum in Rome.