Sarcophagus of Larth Tetnies and the wife Thanchvil Tarnai. Place of discovery: Vulci necropolis of Ponte Rotto, the tomb of Tetnies. Third quarter of the fourth century BC. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Roman head in the ruins of Leptis Magna, Libya. _ Leptis Magna, also known as Leptis Changes was a thriving city of the Roman Empire. Its ruins are located in Al Khums, Libya. It was one of the most beautiful cities of the Roman Empire due to Septimius Severus, who rose and embellished, rising stately public buildings, a port, a market, warehouses, shops and residential neighborhoods. The city was probably founded by Phoenician settlers in 1100 BC
Funerary portrait of a mother and daughter, mother wears native Mesopotamian costume; the daughter holds a wreath and wears fashionable Roman jewelry. Roman, from Palmyra in the Euphrates region of Syria, A.