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Pugile a riposo Archaelogical Museum Rome

Pugile a riposo Archaelogical Museum Rome

Fountain of Neptune @ Plaza Navona, Rome

Octopuses, Fountain, Rome, Statues, Photoshop, Octopus, Water Fountains, Effigy, Rum

marmarinos: “Roman bust of Emperor Hadrian, dated to the 2nd century CE. Marble. Photo taken by CORBIS. ”

marmarinos: “Roman bust of Emperor Hadrian, dated to the century CE. Photo taken by CORBIS.

Statue of Alexander the Great in the Istanbul Archaeology Museum

Alexander the of Alexander in Istanbul Archaeology Museum. - Ancient king of Macedonia in northern Greece. Born in Pella, up to 16 years have been made in any of his mentor Aristotle. 30 years old, he has created one of the largest empire in history

The Sarcophagus of Hostillian Son of the Emperor Decius - Rome - Palazzo Altemps. Shared by Edith Cruz

The Sarcophagus of Hostillian Son of the Emperor Decius - Rome - Palazzo Altemps. Shared by Edith Cruz

This statue of Marcus Aurelius is not as ornamental as some of the other examples of the Roman Imperial style, but it is still breathtaking. Marcus Aurelius. 2006. Photograph. Capitoline Museum, Rome. Flickr. Yahoo!, 7 Sept. 2006. Web. 27 Sept. 2011.

This Roman Imperial style statue of Marcus Aurelius is featured in the Capitoline Museum, Rome. Photograph was taken September

Sarcophagus Portonaccio 180 d.C. Archaelogical Museum Rome

Sarcophagus Portonaccio 180 d.

Bust of Jupiter Roman, Empire First - 2nd Century AD, after Greek model of the 2nd Half of the 4th Century. BC Bronze, hollow casting

Bronze bust of god Jupiter. Roman copy century CE) after Greek original half of the century BCE)

Polifemo e Galatea  I-II d.C. Archaeological Museum Rome

Polifemo e Galatea I-II d.

Statuette of a Young Satyr Playing the Double Aulos; Unknown; Roman Empire; 150 - 200; Silver with gilding.

Statuette of a Young Satyr Playing the Double Aulos. Date: 150 - Culture: Roman

Penthesilea & Achilles (Illustration) -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

Penthesilea & Achilles

Bronze statuette of a huntsman, probably representing Alexander the Great. Hellenistic, 250 BC-100 BC. Height: 45.72 cm. Alexander the Great had himself immortalised in sculptural groups participating in hunts. This bronze figure of a man thrusting a spear into a wild animal has facial features not unlike those of Alexander. I British Museum

Bronze statuette of a huntsman, probably representing Alexander the Great.

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