Temple of Vesta, The Forum, Rome

The Temple of Vesta, The Forum, Rome, Italy, near the Regia and the House of the Vestal Virgins: Historical details of its construction are unknown but it was built during the Roman Old Kingdom. The temple was round and employed Greek architecture.

Pierre Oliver Joseph Coomans (Belgian, 1816 - 1889) VESTALIS, detail

Vestalis (detail), by Pierre Oliver Joseph Coomans (Belgian,

(Detail) Pierre Olivier Joseph Coomans ‘Vestalis’ 1871.

the-garden-of-delights: ““Vestalis” (detail) by Pierre Oliver Joseph Coomans ”

Tuccia velata, palazzo Barberini, Roma. Antonio Corradini

Antonio Corradini’s Veiled Women - Lioness Woman's Club

The Vestal Virgins

Vestal Virgins: The Pious Maidens of Ancient Rome

Inauguration of a Vestal Virgin, Hector Leroux.

View Inauguration of a Vestal Virgin by Louis Hector Leroux on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Louis Hector Leroux.

Attributed to Jean Raoux, Portrait d’une Femme en Vestale (détail)18th century

McQuiabelho ‏ detailsofpaintings: Attributed to Jean Raoux, Portrait d’une.

Madame Victoire, one of the Mesdames, as a vestal. Every princess and great lady wanted to be painted as a vestal virgin.

Madame Victoire as a Vestal Virgin

tiny-librarian: “A portrait of Madame Victoire dressed as a Vestal Virgin.

Andrea Mantegna, c.1431-1506, Italian, The Vestal Virgin Tuccia with a sieve (part of "Two Exemplary Women of Antiquity"), c.1495-1506. Tempera on poplar, 72.5 x 23 cm. National Gallery, London. Early Renaissance.

The Vestal Virgin Tuccia with a sieve __ Andrea Mantegna Cette peinture faire partie d'un groupe : Two Exemplary Women of Antiquity

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Portrait of Magdalene Charlotte of Olthoff as a priestess by Georg David Matthieu, 1760s

jeannepompadour: Portrait of Magdalene Charlotte of Olthoff as a priestess by Georg David Matthieu,

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