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Sculpture Romaine

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Jupiter, the Roman god of the sky, with his lightning bolt.
The Golden-Haired Dictator and the End of the Republic — Ramen Chemistry Marcus Licinius Crassus, Rubicon River, Gaius Julius Caesar, Enemy Of The State, The Warlord, Memoir Writing, Pompey, Reactionary, Check And Balance
The Golden-Haired Dictator and the End of the Republic — Ramen Chemistry
The Golden-Haired Dictator and the End of the Republic — Ramen Chemistry
Roman Republic, The Republic, Pax Romana, Ancient Artefacts, Roman History
The Golden-Haired Dictator and the End of the Republic — Ramen Chemistry
Art History, Statues, Art Romain
L. Cornelius Sulla (@LCorneliusSulla) / Twitter
Sculpture Art, Texas Art
Antique Sculpture, Antique Statue, Roman Artifacts
CIRCA SECOND QUARTER OF THE 3RD CENTURY A.D. Military Style Haircuts, High Forehead, Straight Nose, Philtrum, Large Eyes, Military Fashion, Hairline, Cheek, Headed
A ROMAN BRONZE PORTRAIT HEAD OF A MAN
CIRCA SECOND QUARTER OF THE 3RD CENTURY A.D.
Gordian I (Latin: Marcus Antonius Gordianus Sempronianus Romanus Africanus;[5] c. 159 – 12 April 238) was Roman Emperor for one month with his son Gordian II in 238, the Year of the Six Emperors. Caught up in a rebellion against the Emperor Maximinus Thrax, he was defeated by forces loyal to Maximinus before committing suicide. Piazza Del Campidoglio, Sculpture Romaine, Modern Sculpture
Gordian I - Wikipedia
Gordian I (Latin: Marcus Antonius Gordianus Sempronianus Romanus Africanus;[5] c. 159 – 12 April 238) was Roman Emperor for one month with his son Gordian II in 238, the Year of the Six Emperors. Caught up in a rebellion against the Emperor Maximinus Thrax, he was defeated by forces loyal to Maximinus before committing suicide.
Dioclétien A Rome, Dioclétien, empereur énergique, avait réorganisé l'Empire. Il nomma pour l'Occident un "César", Maximien, qui rétablit en 286 la frontière du Rhin. Désormais il y avait deux Empires presque distincts, en Orient, en Occident, et, pour... Rome History, Mystery Of History, History Essay, Cesar, Persecuted Christians, Roman Emperor
Le Merveilleux Répit du IV ème Siècle - La Culture EN Générale avec La Boutique de Rémi
Dioclétien A Rome, Dioclétien, empereur énergique, avait réorganisé l'Empire. Il nomma pour l'Occident un "César", Maximien, qui rétablit en 286 la frontière du Rhin. Désormais il y avait deux Empires presque distincts, en Orient, en Occident, et, pour...
Portrait bust of Roman Emperor Arcadius, late 4th century. French History, Roman Man
Madame de Pompadour
Portrait bust of Roman Emperor Arcadius, late 4th century.
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Marble. Ca. 112 CE. Height 77 cm. Inv. N. Ma 1196. Paris, Louvre Museum. Sculpture Clay, Machu Picchu, Roman Hairstyles
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Paris, Louvre Museum
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Marble. Ca. 112 CE. Height 77 cm. Inv. N. Ma 1196. Paris, Louvre Museum.
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Marble. Ca. 112 CE. Height 77 cm. Inv. N. Ma 1196. Paris, Louvre Museum.
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Paris, Louvre Museum
Bust of Matidia, the niece of Trajan. Marble. Ca. 112 CE. Height 77 cm. Inv. N. Ma 1196. Paris, Louvre Museum.
Buste de Jules César (46 av. J.-C.) [découvert dans le Rhône, à Arles] Gaule Romaine
Buste de Jules César (46 av. J.-C.) [découvert dans le Rhône, à Arles]
Statuette of a legionary Roman, 2nd century AD Fall Of Constantinople, Modern Statue
Statuette of a legionary Roman, 2nd century AD
John Breitweiser
John Breitweiser