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Statue of a Roman judge, late antique, about 425-250. Marble, H: 181 cm From Aphrodisias Inv. 2266 Archaeological Museum, Istanbul, Turkey

Statue of a Roman judge, late antique, about Marble, H: 181 cm From…

Archeological Museum, Naples. Porphory and marble. 2nd half of 2nd century CE. Farnese 6281.

Apollo with Lyre Archeological Museum, Naples. Porphory and marble. half of century CE.

Bronze statue of an aristocratic boy  | 27 B.C- 14 A.D | Roman | Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York | It wasn't until Augustus' new golden age that significant, imperial portraits of children began to be produced to underscore the dynastic aspirations.

Bronze statue of an aristocratic boy

Bronze statue of an aristocratic boy - Period: Augustan Date: 27 B. 14 Culture: Roman Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 46 × 20 × 16 in. × × cm, 68 kg) Height (w/ base): 58 in.

Hadrianic Relief Representing Phrygia Archaeological Museum Naples Possibly from the Hadrianeum

Hadrianic Relief Representing Phrygia ~ Archaeological Museum Naples Possibly from the Hadrianeum

Porphyry and marble, 2nd century AD  Photographed at the National Archaeological Museum, Naples. From the Farnese collection.

Porphyry and marble, century AD Photographed at the National Archaeological Museum, Naples. From the Farnese collection.

Roman statue of Minerva (Athena) - bronze, porphyry, 3rd century AD, Louvre musuem, Paris

Roman statue of Minerva (Athena) - bronze, porphyry, century AD, Louvre musuem, Paris

Demeter io Isis AD 160/200 Greek Mythology | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Marble statuette of Demeter-Io-Isis. Roman Provincial, Imperial Period, ca. Source: Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Unknown empress, Roman statue (marble, porphyry), 2nd century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

century AD Statue of a woman wearing a Toga Pulla or a Rincinium and possibly a palla because it looks like there's enough fabric to be wrapped over the head. Black or dark colored toga.

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Roman Era Sculpture Depicting Clio, the Muse of History -- Vatican Museums.

Agrippina the Younger was a Roman force to be reckoned with: great-granddaughter of Augustus, adopted granddaughter of debauched Tiberius, sister of mad Caligula (who she may have slept with), wife...

A Sunday poem for an exiled Empress

Agrippina the Younger was a Roman force to be reckoned with: great-granddaughter of Augustus, adopted granddaughter of debauched Tiberius, sister of mad Caligula (who she may have slept with), wife.

Emperor Titus, Roman statue (marble), 1st century AD, (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples).

Cuirassed statue of Titus, white marble, 79 AD found in the Basilica Herculaneum . National Archaeological Museum in Naples

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