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Roman marble portrait of Antonia the Younger (36 BCE - 37 CE), found in Tralles (Asia Minor). Dated to the first centry B.C. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen inv. 743.

Roman marble portrait of Antonia the Younger BCE - 37 CE), found in Tralles (Asia Minor). Dated to the first centry B.

Agrippina the Younger, sister of Emperor Caligula, mother of Emperor Nero, wife of Emperor Claudius, Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD, (Ny Carslberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.)

Agrippina the Younger, sister of Emperor Caligula, mother of Emperor Nero, wife…

Livia: right (Copenhagen 1444)  Roman marble portrait of Livia, the wife of Augustus.  Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.  Inv. 1444  Purchased in 1896 in Egypt. The bust apparently comes from the Fayum in Egypt.  H: 34 cm.  Dated by the museum to ca. 4 CE or later after an original of ca. 27-23 BCE.

Marble portrait of Livia, the wife of Augustus. The bust apparently comes from the Fayum in Egypt. H: 34 cm. Dated by the museum to ca. 4 CE or later after an original of ca.

Agrippina the Younger, AD 41-54, from the time of the Emperor Claudius, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

Ruthlessly violent pagan Agrippina the Younger mother of Nero, AD from the time of the Emperor Claudius, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

Antonia the Younger  Roman marble portrait of Antonia the Younger (36 BCE - 37 CE), found in Tralles (Asia Minor). Dated to the first centry B.C. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen inv. 743.

Antonia the Younger Roman marble portrait of Antonia the Younger BCE - 37 CE), found in Tralles (Asia Minor). Dated to the first centry B.

5. Antonia The Younger 1st Century Roman Imperial Sculpture  She is wearing her hair in what the text book calls a "tutulus"

Antonia The Younger Century Roman Imperial Sculpture She is wearing her hair in what the text book calls a "tutulus"

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