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Jupiter, the Roman god of the sky, with his lightning bolt.
The Golden-Haired Dictator and the End of the Republic — Ramen Chemistry Chemistry, Reactionary, Marcus Licinius Crassus, Rubicon River, Threat, Enemy Of The State, The Republic, Dictatorship, Cynical
The Golden-Haired Dictator and the End of the Republic — Ramen Chemistry
The Golden-Haired Dictator and the End of the Republic — Ramen Chemistry
Empire, Romans, History, Roman, Prisoners Of War, Dictator
The Golden-Haired Dictator and the End of the Republic — Ramen Chemistry
Caesar, Roman Consul, Roman Emperor, Roman Kings, Roma
Pompeii, Roman Republic, Ancient Rome, Ancient Times
L. Cornelius Sulla (@LCorneliusSulla) / Twitter
Roman Art, Roman Man, Sculptures Artistiques, Roman Artifacts
CIRCA SECOND QUARTER OF THE 3RD CENTURY A.D. Sculptures, Portrait, Collections, Rom, Classical Art, Anthropology, Statues
A ROMAN BRONZE PORTRAIT HEAD OF A MAN
CIRCA SECOND QUARTER OF THE 3RD CENTURY A.D.
Gordian I (Latin: Marcus Antonius Gordianus Sempronianus Romanus Africanus;[5] c. 159 – 12 April 238) was Roman Emperor for one month with his son Gordian II in 238, the Year of the Six Emperors. Caught up in a rebellion against the Emperor Maximinus Thrax, he was defeated by forces loyal to Maximinus before committing suicide. Museums, Emperor
Gordian I - Wikipedia
Gordian I (Latin: Marcus Antonius Gordianus Sempronianus Romanus Africanus;[5] c. 159 – 12 April 238) was Roman Emperor for one month with his son Gordian II in 238, the Year of the Six Emperors. Caught up in a rebellion against the Emperor Maximinus Thrax, he was defeated by forces loyal to Maximinus before committing suicide.
Dioclétien A Rome, Dioclétien, empereur énergique, avait réorganisé l'Empire. Il nomma pour l'Occident un "César", Maximien, qui rétablit en 286 la frontière du Rhin. Désormais il y avait deux Empires presque distincts, en Orient, en Occident, et, pour... Quotes, Quotations, Aphorisms, Cristo, Monte Cristo, Author
Le Merveilleux Répit du IV ème Siècle - La Culture EN Générale avec La Boutique de Rémi
Dioclétien A Rome, Dioclétien, empereur énergique, avait réorganisé l'Empire. Il nomma pour l'Occident un "César", Maximien, qui rétablit en 286 la frontière du Rhin. Désormais il y avait deux Empires presque distincts, en Orient, en Occident, et, pour...
Portrait bust of Roman Emperor Arcadius, late 4th century. Archaeology
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Portrait bust of Roman Emperor Arcadius, late 4th century.
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Marble. Ca. 112 CE. Height 77 cm. Inv. N. Ma 1196. Paris, Louvre Museum. Ancient Art, Paris, Ancient Romans, Ancient
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Paris, Louvre Museum
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Marble. Ca. 112 CE. Height 77 cm. Inv. N. Ma 1196. Paris, Louvre Museum.
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Marble. Ca. 112 CE. Height 77 cm. Inv. N. Ma 1196. Paris, Louvre Museum.
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Paris, Louvre Museum
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Marble. Ca. 112 CE. Height 77 cm. Inv. N. Ma 1196. Paris, Louvre Museum.
Buste de Jules César (46 av. J.-C.) [découvert dans le Rhône, à Arles] Art, Marble Bust, River, Rhone, Old Things
Buste de Jules César (46 av. J.-C.) [découvert dans le Rhône, à Arles]
Statuette of a legionary Roman, 2nd century AD Ancient Artefacts, Classical Antiquity, Ancient Artifacts
Statuette of a legionary Roman, 2nd century AD
Boxer Resting 1st century BCE Roman copy of 3rd century  Greek original by Apollonius.  Photographed at the Palazzo Massimo in Rome, Italy by Mary Harrsch. Ancient Greece, Greek Artwork, Ancient Greek Sculpture, Greek Art
Roman Times
Boxer Resting 1st century BCE Roman copy of 3rd century Greek original by Apollonius. Photographed at the Palazzo Massimo in Rome, Italy by Mary Harrsch.
Livia, wife of Augustus, mother of Emperor Tiberius, Roman statue (marble), 1st century BC - 1st century AD, from Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii, (Antiquarium, Boscoreale) Ancient Civilizations
Livia, wife of Augustus, mother of Emperor Tiberius, Roman statue (marble), 1st century BC - 1st century AD, from Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii, (Antiquarium, Boscoreale)
Gallien (empereur de 261 à 268 ap. J.-C.) | Musée du Louvre | Paris L'empereur Gallien Vers 261 après J.-C. Marbre H. : 39 cm. Ancien fonds Empereur de 261 - 268 après J.-C. Portraits
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Gallien (empereur de 261 à 268 ap. J.-C.) | Musée du Louvre | Paris L'empereur Gallien Vers 261 après J.-C. Marbre H. : 39 cm. Ancien fonds Empereur de 261 - 268 après J.-C.
A priest of Isis (so-called Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus). Marble. Inscription is modern. Inv. No. MC 562. Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Gallery. (Photo by I. Sh.).
A priest of Isis (so-called Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus). Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Gallery (Roma, Musei capitolini, Palazzo Nuovo, Galleria)
A priest of Isis (so-called Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus). Marble. Inscription is modern. Inv. No. MC 562. Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Gallery. (Photo by I. Sh.).
Emperor Lucius Verus. Ruled 161 to 169 CE. He ruled with Marcus Aurelius as co-emperor from 161 until his own death in 169. During his reign, the Empire defeated a revitalized Parthian Empire in the East; Verus' general Avidius Cassius sacked the Parthian capital Ctesiphon in 164. Marcus Aurelius
Emperor Lucius Verus. Ruled 161 to 169 CE. He ruled with Marcus Aurelius as co-emperor from 161 until his own death in 169. During his reign, the Empire defeated a revitalized Parthian Empire in the East; Verus' general Avidius Cassius sacked the Parthian capital Ctesiphon in 164.
Magnificent. Athena Hope-Farnese. This statue of Athena is a Roman copy of a Greek original of the late 5th century BCE. The elaborate helmet of the Goddess is inspired by the one of Athena Parthenos in the Parthenon. Restored are the arms, animals on the helmet and cheekpieces, and some aegis snakes. Roman period, Height 224 cm. In the Naples archeological museum. Athena Greek Goddess, Athena Goddess, Ancient Goddesses, Athena, Roman Mythology
Magnificent. Athena Hope-Farnese. This statue of Athena is a Roman copy of a Greek original of the late 5th century BCE. The elaborate helmet of the Goddess is inspired by the one of Athena Parthenos in the Parthenon. Restored are the arms, animals on the helmet and cheekpieces, and some aegis snakes. Roman period, Height 224 cm. In the Naples archeological museum.
The Discobolus: marble statue of an athlete stooping to throw the discus. One of several Roman copies made of a lost bronze original made in the 5th century BC by the sculptor Myron. The head is wrongly restored and should be turned to watch the discus. Painting & Drawing, Discus
Image gallery: The Townley Discobolus
The Discobolus: marble statue of an athlete stooping to throw the discus. One of several Roman copies made of a lost bronze original made in the 5th century BC by the sculptor Myron. The head is wrongly restored and should be turned to watch the discus.
Agrippina the Younger, sister of Emperor Caligula, mother of Emperor Nero, wife of Emperor Claudius. Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD (head), (bust 18th c.), (Museum of Art of the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence). Cleopatra
Agrippina the Younger. Providence, Museum of Art of the Rhode Island School of Design
Agrippina the Younger, sister of Emperor Caligula, mother of Emperor Nero, wife of Emperor Claudius. Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD (head), (bust 18th c.), (Museum of Art of the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence).
Antinous. Antinous- Emperor Hadrian's boyfriend. Hadrien had him deified after his death (voluntary sacrifice?) and ordered statues commemorating his beauty made throughout the Roman empire. God, Greek Statues
Antinous. Antinous- Emperor Hadrian's boyfriend. Hadrien had him deified after his death (voluntary sacrifice?) and ordered statues commemorating his beauty made throughout the Roman empire.
Head of Julius Caesar from the Trajan’s forum.  Marble. A.D. 117—138. Inv. No. 6038. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. Origin:	From the Farnese collection. Roman Era
Head of Julius Caesar from the Trajan’s forum. Marble. A.D. 117—138. Inv. No. 6038. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. Origin: From the Farnese collection.
Julius Caesar and the month of July - Augustus Collection Gaius Julius Caesar, Julius Caesar, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Sanat, Antik
Julius Caesar and the month of July - Augustus Collection
Hadrien | Musée du Louvre | Paris L'empereur Hadrien  Vers 140 après J.-C.  Égypte ?  Bronze  H. : 43 cm.  Acquisition, 1984  Empereur de 117 - 138 après J.-C.  N° d'entrée MNE 793 (n° usuel Br 4547)
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Hadrien | Musée du Louvre | Paris L'empereur Hadrien Vers 140 après J.-C. Égypte ? Bronze H. : 43 cm. Acquisition, 1984 Empereur de 117 - 138 après J.-C. N° d'entrée MNE 793 (n° usuel Br 4547)
Portrait bust of a young woman (Julia, daughter of Titus) 80s—90s A.D. (Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Hall of the Emperors) Roman Hair
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Portrait bust of a young woman (Julia, daughter of Titus) 80s—90s A.D. (Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Hall of the Emperors)
The richest man in Rome, Marcus Licinius Crassus was part of the Triumvirate. He suppressed the spartican revolts, and provided political and financial support for Julius Caesar. Antiquities, Smithsonian
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The richest man in Rome, Marcus Licinius Crassus was part of the Triumvirate. He suppressed the spartican revolts, and provided political and financial support for Julius Caesar.