Statue of Mars, ca. 90 A.D. This is a sculpture of Mars, the Roman version of Ares, from around 90 A.D.. Mars was much more prominent in Roman culture than Ares was in Greece. Source: http://employees.oneonta.edu/farberas/arth/Images/109images/Roman/augustus/mars.jpg
Wk 4. Sacrifice scene at Temple of Mars Ultor, from the Ara Pietatis Augustar, Rome, marble, ca. 43 CE.
Altar Domitius Ahenobarbus Louvre
Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-tempio-giove.html VISIT: Capitoline Museums in Rome (first floor) VIRTUAL TOUR: https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/asset-viewer/musei-capitolini/kgEPuVFIaH01Aw?hl=it&projectId=art-project
The 'Domitius Ahenobarbus' relief, detail depicting two Roman soldiers with shields and a boy playing a harp, decoration from the sides of an altar removed from the Temple of Neptune in Rome, Roman, c.100 BC (marble)