I am interested in a couple of statues in Rome. They are on the north side of Via dei Fori Imperiali, between Via Cavour and Piazza Venezia. If my memory serves me well, they are of key figures in Roman history — like Augustus — and they have inscriptions in Latin. I think they were erected in modern times, perhaps under Mussolini's rule. Here is a picture (and location) of one of the statues from Google Maps street view. (I might not remember some details correctly, since it's been years since I saw the statues.)
Where can I find a list of all the statues in this series (of five or so statues?) and, in particular, the inscriptions accompanying them? If my memory fails me and the inscriptions are in Italian, I would still like to see them. It would be an easy matter if I were in Rome, but I am — unfortunately! — not going there in the foreseeable future. I was unable to find this information online, but that is rarely good proof that it is not there.