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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;

Flavia Maxima Fausta

Theodora Flavia Maximiana of the Roman Empire Wife of Constantius Chlorus Great Grandmother)

Más tamaños | 2008_1009_124309AA Achaeological Museum, Naples | Flickr: ¡Intercambio de fotos!

-- Roman Mosaic Work Excavated From Ancient Pompeii -- Archaeological Museum -- Naples, Italy

Cicero D'Avila: maestro escultor de obras hermosas

Aristotle, philosopher, teacher of Alexander the Great, (384-332 BCE). Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze.  Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy

Aristotle, philosopher, teacher of Alexander the Great, BCE). Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze.

8106 - Roma - Ara Pacis - Ottavia Minore - Foto Giovanni Dall'Orto - 30-Mar-2008.jpg

Octavia Minor Turina, known as Minor Octavia (Octavia in Latin Thurina Minor, Nola, 69 BC - 11 BC, was the sister of Octavian Augustus and wife of Mark Antony

Portrait head of Emperor Constantine I, ca. 324–337; Constantinian; Late Antique period. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Mary Clark Thompson, 1923 (26.229) #noses #Connections

Portrait head of Emperor Constantine I, ca. Late Antique period Roman Marble Source: Portrait head of the emperor Constantine [Roman]

One of Caligula's sisters (Julia Drusilla, Julia Livilla, or Agrippina the Younger), Roman decoration (chalcedony), 1st century AD, (British Museum, London).

Portrait of Julia Drusilla, Julia Livilla or Agrippina Minor. London, The British Museum. (Photo by Roger B.

Plotina, wife of Trajan - they became Hadrian's guardians when he was a boy. Pompeia Plotina Claudia Phoebe Piso or Potius piolet (d. 121/122) was a Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Trajan. She was renowned for her interest in philosophy, and her virtue, dignity and simplicity. She was particularly devoted to the Epicurean philosophical school in Athens

Pompeia Plotina Claudia Phoebe Piso was a Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Trajan. She was renowned for her interest in philosophy, and her virtue, dignity and simplicity. She was particularly devoted to the Epicurean philosophical school in Athens

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