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Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, bronze, 175 a.d.. Musei Capitolini, Rome. Roman Sculpture, Monument, Statuary, Roman Art, Ancient Rome, Roma, Religion
The Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius (176 AD)
Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, bronze, 175 a.d.. Musei Capitolini, Rome.
Marble terminal bust of Homer. Roman copy of a lost Hellenistic original of the 2nd c. BC. From Baiae, Italy. Ancient Greek, Mythology, Ancient Greece, Archaeology, History, Famous Poets, Greek Language, Trojan War
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Marble terminal bust of Homer. Roman copy of a lost Hellenistic original of the 2nd c. BC. From Baiae, Italy.
Lucius Junius Brutus - the founder of the Roman Republic and traditionally one of the first consuls in 509 BCE. White marble. 1st — early 2nd cent. C.E.? Naples, National Archaeological Museum. Origin: From the Farnese collection. Roman, Romans, Roman Republic, Ancient Romans, Ancient Civilizations
Lucius Junius Brutus - the founder of the Roman Republic and traditionally one of the first consuls in 509 BCE. White marble. 1st — early 2nd cent. C.E.? Naples, National Archaeological Museum. Origin: From the Farnese collection.
The Meroë Head. This bronze portrait of the Roman emperor Augustus is the only one known to have survived with its original inlaid eyes. Strabo wrote about a Merosite army, led by King Teriteqas and the one-eyed queen Amanirenas who raided the Roman garrisons at Syene, Elephantina and Philae, in southern Egypt, in CE 25. They decapitated Augustus's€™ statue and buried his head in the doorway which served as a victory monument, allowing visitors to trample on the Emperor each time they entere... Ancient Art, Roman Emperor
The Meroë Head. This bronze portrait of the Roman emperor Augustus is the only one known to have survived with its original inlaid eyes. Strabo wrote about a Merosite army, led by King Teriteqas and the one-eyed queen Amanirenas who raided the Roman garrisons at Syene, Elephantina and Philae, in southern Egypt, in CE 25. They decapitated Augustus's€™ statue and buried his head in the doorway which served as a victory monument, allowing visitors to trample on the Emperor each time they entere...
Presumed bust of Plato, bronze,1st century BCE. Roman replica of a Hellenistic original. On display at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (Italy) Socrates, Ancient Times
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Presumed bust of Plato, bronze,1st century BCE. Roman replica of a Hellenistic original. On display at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (Italy)
The Old Centaur, Hadrianic grey-black marble sculpture of a centaur based on Hellenistic models, found in Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli,  Palazzo Nuovo, Capitoline Museums | da Following Hadrian Ancient Artefacts, Museums, Ancient Artifacts
The Old Centaur, Hadrianic grey-black marble sculpture of a centaur based on Hellenistic models, found in Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli, Palazzo Nuovo, Capitoline Museums
The Old Centaur, Hadrianic grey-black marble sculpture of a centaur based on Hellenistic models, found in Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli, Palazzo Nuovo, Capitoline Museums | da Following Hadrian
Photographed at the Capitoline Museum, Rome, Italy. Portrait of a Roman Woman Empire, Photographer, Woman
Portrait of a Roman Woman
Photographed at the Capitoline Museum, Rome, Italy. Portrait of a Roman Woman
Closeup of a Bust of Lucius Junius Brutus one of the first co-consuls of the Roman Republic by Ludovico Lombardo 1550 CE Bronze | by mharrsch Portraits, Bronze, Antique Sculpture, Sculpture Art
Closeup of a Bust of Lucius Junius Brutus one of the first co-consuls of the Roman Republic by Ludovico Lombardo 1550 CE Bronze
Closeup of a Bust of Lucius Junius Brutus one of the first co-consuls of the Roman Republic by Ludovico Lombardo 1550 CE Bronze | by mharrsch
Faustina the Younger (Minor)  Roman marble portrait of Faustina the Younger in the Capitoline Museums, Rome; dated by the museum to A.D. 147-148. Inv. no. MC449. Found at Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli. Gift of Benedict XIV in 1748. People, Roman Era
Faustina the Younger (Minor)
Faustina the Younger (Minor) Roman marble portrait of Faustina the Younger in the Capitoline Museums, Rome; dated by the museum to A.D. 147-148. Inv. no. MC449. Found at Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli. Gift of Benedict XIV in 1748.
The Roman general and consul, Sulla. Roman Consul
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The Roman general and consul, Sulla.
Livia, wife of Augustus, mother of Emperor Tiberius, Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD, (Palazzo Nuovo, Rome).
Livia. Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Hall of the Emperors (Roma, Musei capitolini, Palazzo Nuovo, Sala degli imperatori)
Livia, wife of Augustus, mother of Emperor Tiberius, Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD, (Palazzo Nuovo, Rome).
Vipsania Agrippina or most commonly known as Agrippina Major was a prominent Roman woman of the first century AD. Agrippina was the wife of the general and statesman Germanicus and a relative to the first Roman Emperors. She was the second granddaughter of the Emperor Augustus, sister-in-law, stepdaughter and daughter-in-law of the Emperor Tiberius, mother of the Emperor Caligula, maternal second cousin and sister-in-law of the Emperor Claudius and the maternal grandmother of the Emperor Ner... Resim, Antik, Roman Hairstyles, Kunst, Sanat, Rom
Vipsania Agrippina or most commonly known as Agrippina Major was a prominent Roman woman of the first century AD. Agrippina was the wife of the general and statesman Germanicus and a relative to the first Roman Emperors. She was the second granddaughter of the Emperor Augustus, sister-in-law, stepdaughter and daughter-in-law of the Emperor Tiberius, mother of the Emperor Caligula, maternal second cousin and sister-in-law of the Emperor Claudius and the maternal grandmother of the Emperor Ner...
Marcus Licinius Crassus (Latin: M·LICINIVS·P·F·P·N·CRASSVS[1]) (ca. 115 BC – 53 BC) was a Roman general and politician who played a key role in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. Amassing an enormous fortune during his life, Crassus is considered the wealthiest man in Roman history, and among the richest men in all history. Carthage, Marcus Licinius Crassus, Parthian Empire, Roman Legion
Marcus Licinius Crassus (Latin: M·LICINIVS·P·F·P·N·CRASSVS[1]) (ca. 115 BC – 53 BC) was a Roman general and politician who played a key role in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. Amassing an enormous fortune during his life, Crassus is considered the wealthiest man in Roman history, and among the richest men in all history.
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Marcus Agrippa (Italian General) He first served under Julius Caesar after Caesar's assassination he became the General under Octavius and defeated Mark Anthony and Cleopatra at the battle of Actium. He enlarged the empire and brought it such wealth the emperor Octavius claimed,"I started my reign in brick and ended it in Marble." (Rome) Ancient Egypt, Middle Ages, Ancient Aliens, Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
Marcus Agrippa (Italian General) He first served under Julius Caesar after Caesar's assassination he became the General under Octavius and defeated Mark Anthony and Cleopatra at the battle of Actium. He enlarged the empire and brought it such wealth the emperor Octavius claimed,"I started my reign in brick and ended it in Marble." (Rome)
Marcus Licinius Crassus (115-53 BCE) was a wealthy man in Roman history and in his eventful life he enjoyed both great successes and severe disappointments. A mentor to Julius Caesar in his early career, Crassus would rise to the very top of state affairs but his long search for a military triumph to match his great rival Pompey would, ultimately, bring about his downfall. Roman Artifacts
Marcus Licinius Crassus Bust
Marcus Licinius Crassus (115-53 BCE) was a wealthy man in Roman history and in his eventful life he enjoyed both great successes and severe disappointments. A mentor to Julius Caesar in his early career, Crassus would rise to the very top of state affairs but his long search for a military triumph to match his great rival Pompey would, ultimately, bring about his downfall.
Head of the young Bacchus  Roman, A.D. 1 - 50  Bronze and silver  The J. Paul Getty Museum Arc, Greek Art
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Head of the young Bacchus Roman, A.D. 1 - 50 Bronze and silver The J. Paul Getty Museum
Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus (236–183 BC), who was a general in the Second Punic War and statesman of the Roman Republic. He was best known for defeating Hannibal at the final battle of the Second Punic War at Zama.
Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus (236–183 BC), who was a general in the Second Punic War and statesman of the Roman Republic. He was best known for defeating Hannibal at the final battle of the Second Punic War at Zama.
Bust of Scipio Africanus the Elder from Pushkin Museum, Moscow. He was best known for defeating Hǎnnibal at the final battle of the Second Punic War at Zama, a feat that earned him the agnomen Africanus, the nickname "the Roman Hǎnnibal", as well as recognition as one of the finest commanders in military history. An earlier great display of his tactical abilities had come already at the Battle of Ilipa. Punic Wars, Cornelius
Bust of Scipio Africanus the Elder from Pushkin Museum, Moscow. He was best known for defeating Hǎnnibal at the final battle of the Second Punic War at Zama, a feat that earned him the agnomen Africanus, the nickname "the Roman Hǎnnibal", as well as recognition as one of the finest commanders in military history. An earlier great display of his tactical abilities had come already at the Battle of Ilipa.
Julius Caesar was awarded the Corona Civica called the civic crown, a laurel leaf for valor while fighting in Asia Minor - See more at: http://theweddingtiara.com/archives/julius-ceasar-and-emperor-napoleon-laurel-leaf-crowns#sthash.ivtInoFq.dpuf
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Julius Caesar was awarded the Corona Civica called the civic crown, a laurel leaf for valor while fighting in Asia Minor - See more at: http://theweddingtiara.com/archives/julius-ceasar-and-emperor-napoleon-laurel-leaf-crowns#sthash.ivtInoFq.dpuf
Lucius Septimius Bassianus. Roman emperor 211-217 CE.
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Lucius Septimius Bassianus. Roman emperor 211-217 CE.
The Flavian emperor Titus (A.D. 79-81). Found in the so-called "basilica" Herculaneum, now in the Naples Museum (photo from the "Divus Vespanianus" exhibit, 2009, Curia, Roman Forum). The full portrait depicts the emperor in a chestplate (cuirass) and cloak. Roman Forum
Titus: Portrait from Herculaneum
The Flavian emperor Titus (A.D. 79-81). Found in the so-called "basilica" Herculaneum, now in the Naples Museum (photo from the "Divus Vespanianus" exhibit, 2009, Curia, Roman Forum). The full portrait depicts the emperor in a chestplate (cuirass) and cloak.
A ROMAN BASALT PORTRAIT HEAD OF THE EMPEROR PHILIP THE ARAB -  REIGN 244-249 A.D. Ancient Coins
A ROMAN BASALT PORTRAIT HEAD OF THE EMPEROR PHILIP THE ARAB - REIGN 244-249 A.D.
Marble Portrait of Emperor Nero Worcester Art Museum
Marble Portrait of Emperor Nero
Marble Portrait of Emperor Nero Worcester Art Museum
Portrait of Alexander Severus. Marble, Roman artwork, 222–235 CE. Capitoline Museums, Rome.  Severus Alexander was Roman Emperor from 222 to 235. Alexander was the last emperor of the Severan dynasty. Wikipedia
Portrait of Alexander Severus. Marble, Roman artwork, 222–235 CE. Capitoline Museums, Rome. Severus Alexander was Roman Emperor from 222 to 235. Alexander was the last emperor of the Severan dynasty. Wikipedia
A ROMAN MARBLE HEAD OF VENUS   CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. Roman Gods, Classical Art, Ancient Greek Sculpture
A ROMAN MARBLE HEAD OF VENUS , CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. | Christie's
A ROMAN MARBLE HEAD OF VENUS CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D.
Cavalry Helmet Mask Roman 75-125 CE Bronze Mascara, Masque, Mascaras, Mask, Helm, Antigua, Helmet
Cavalry Helmet Mask Roman 75-125 CE Bronze
Cavalry Helmet Mask Roman 75-125 CE Bronze
Pompeia Plotina Claudia Phoebe Piso or Potius piolet (d. 121/122) was a Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Trajan. She was renowned for her interest in philosophy, and her virtue, dignity and simplicity Fall Of Constantinople
Pompeia Plotina Claudia Phoebe Piso or Potius piolet (d. 121/122) was a Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Trajan. She was renowned for her interest in philosophy, and her virtue, dignity and simplicity