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Roma, Musei Capitolini. Busto di Commodo come Ercole. Da Roma, horti Lamiani 192 d. C. In marmo lunense (busto) e alabastro (plinto) / Bust of Commodus as Hercules, from Rome, Horti Lamiani, 192 AD; Carrara marble (bust), alabaster (plinth).

Roma, Musei Capitolini. Busto di Commodo come Ercole. Da Roma, horti Lamiani 192 d. C. In marmo lunense (busto) e alabastro (plinto) / Bust of Commodus as Hercules, from Rome, Horti Lamiani, 192 AD; Carrara marble (bust), alabaster (plinth).

Male portrait head. Carrara marble. Ca. 30 BCE — 50 CE Inv. No. 1991.534. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts

Male portrait head. Carrara marble. Ca. 30 BCE — 50 CE Inv. No. 1991.534. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts

Male portrait head. Carrara marble. Ca. 30 BCE — 50 CE Inv. No. 1991.534. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts

Male portrait head. Carrara marble. Ca. 30 BCE — 50 CE Inv. No. 1991.534. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts

Portrait of Drusus Minor. The type C. White fine-grained marble (Carrara). 14—19 CE.  Inv. No. 30. 001. Toulouse, Saint Raymond Museum

Portrait of Drusus Minor. The type C. White fine-grained marble (Carrara). 14—19 CE. Inv. No. 30. 001. Toulouse, Saint Raymond Museum

Portrait of Germanicus. The Béziers type. White marble (Carrara). 14—19 CE. Total height 41.2 cm, height of head 24.5 cm. Inv. No. 30. 010. Toulouse, Saint Raymond Museum

Portrait of Germanicus. The Béziers type. White marble (Carrara). 14—19 CE. Total height 41.2 cm, height of head 24.5 cm. Inv. No. 30. 010. Toulouse, Saint Raymond Museum

Bust of Caligula. Carrara (luni) marble. 37—41 CE. Height 16 cm. Inv. No. 4256. Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme

Bust of Caligula. Carrara (luni) marble. 37—41 CE. Height 16 cm. Inv. No. 4256. Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme

Portrait of a child. Carrara marble. Ca. 200 CE. The base (barely visible) was added in the 18th or 19th century. Inv. No. 1994.84. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts

Portrait of a child. Carrara marble. Ca. 200 CE. The base (barely visible) was added in the 18th or 19th century. Inv. No. 1994.84. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts

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