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Seated old man. Marble, Roman copy of the 2nd century CE after a Hellenistic original, maybe the 3rd-century BC statue of Chrysippus by Euboulides described by Pliny (34.88). Courtesy & currently located at the Louvre, France.

Marble, Roman copy of the century CE after a Hellenistic original, maybe the BC statue of Chrysippus by Euboulides described by Pliny Courtesy & currently located at the Louvre, France. Photo taken by Marie-Lan Nguyen

Antique Engraving of Alpine Ibex. From Lydekker's New Natural History

Marble portrait of the Empress Faustina the Younger, wife of the emperor Marcus Aurelius

The well-formed but rather puffy features, the prominent eyes, and the deeply waved hair exemplify mid-Antonine standards of beauty and are identifying traits of this empress.

Unknown empress, Roman statue (marble, porphyry), 2nd century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

century AD Statue of a woman wearing a Toga Pulla or a Rincinium and possibly a palla because it looks like there's enough fabric to be wrapped over the head. Black or dark colored toga.

An Exceptional Roman Imperial Bronze Attachement in the Form of an Actor with a Cockscomb | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

An Exceptional Roman Imperial Bronze Attachement in the Form of an Actor with a…

Artemisa  Fecha: Siglo I a.C. Museo: Museo Arqueológico de Nápole : Roma

Artemisa Fecha: Siglo I a.C. Museo: Museo Arqueológico de Nápole : Roma

Votive amphora Roman, Votive amphora, 6th century CE or la, gold; 3.5 x 3.8 cm (1 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches) maximum w. at shoulder,

Votive amphora Roman, Votive amphora, century CE or la, gold; x cm x 1 inches) maximum w.

Agrippina the Younger.  Внизу видна инстита - густая широкая оборка.

A Sunday poem for an exiled Empress

Agrippina the Younger was a Roman force to be reckoned with: great-granddaughter of Augustus, adopted granddaughter of debauched Tiberius, sister of mad Caligula (who she may have slept with), wife.

Terracotta amphora with lid (jar) 4th century B.C. - Culture : Greek, Attic - In the Museum, Greek and Roman Art  http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/130009539

"Be ready when I drop the amphora." {Terracotta amphora with lid (jar) century B. - Culture : Greek, Attic - In the Museum, Greek and Roman Art }

Roman marble portrait of the empress Livia, wife of Augustus. Dated by the British Museum to ca. 25-1 BCE. The find-spot of the portrait is not certain; the work is probably from Italy.

Roman marble portrait of the empress Livia, wife of Augustus. Dated by the British Museum to ca. The find-spot of the portrait is not certain;

Marble head of Epikouros, 2nd century A.D.. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1911 (11.90) ~ETS

Marble head of Epikouros, century CE. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Statue of Eirene (personification of peace), ca. 14–68 A.D.  Julio-Claudian  Roman copy of a Greek bronze statue by Kephisodotos, ca. 375/374–360/359 B.C.  Marble

Marble Statue of Eirene (the personification of peace), Roman copy of Greek original by Kephisodotos, Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian, ca.

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