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Funerary stela with "false door" of Iry, administrator of the Necropolis of Giza

Funerary stelae, in the words of the Egyptians themselves, served to “render living the name” of the deceased and to guarantee life in the hereafte.

Luna (Selene), Roman statue (marble) copy of Hellenistic original, 1st–2nd century AD, (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).

Luna (Selene), Roman statue (marble) copy of Hellenistic original, century AD, (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).

Roman Legionary of the second half/1st Century AD. By Peter Connolly (Roman Military Costume/Classical Warfare)

Roman Legionary of the second Century AD. By Peter Connolly (Roman Military Costume/Classical Warfare/Greece And Rome At War/user: Aethon)

A centurion of the mid-1 st century CE wearing his decorations (phalerae) on a harness over a scale shirt. He also wears greaves and a transverse crested helmet as a sign of his rank. Artwork by Peter Connolly

A centurion of the st century CE wearing his decorations (phalerae) on a harness over a scale shirt. He also wears greaves and a transverse crested helmet as a sign of his rank. Artwork by Peter Connolly

Minerva in the Vatican - Vatican Museum, Vatican City

This photo from Vatican City, Lazio is titled 'Minerva in the Vatican'.

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