Statue of twin brothers Romulus and Remus being raised by their she-wolf mother. They are the central characters in Rome's foundation myth.
Romulus and Remus, Rome founders, nursed by the she-wolf (it's since been determined that while the wolf is an ancient bronze figure, the children are a much later addition, possibly replacing figures that had been lost).
Lucius Septimius Severus 211 AD) an Ancient Roman soldier stationed in Egypt in the century AD. Severus was born in Leptis Magna in the province of Africa in and was Roman Emporer from 193 to 211 AD.
Roman and Remus ancient-rome
Portrait bust statue of Poppaea Sabina, Nero's wife. She was kicked to death whilst pregnant with Nero's child in
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Pompey: called Pompey the Great, Latin name Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus. Roman general and statesman; a member with Caesar and Crassus of the first triumvirate. He later quarrelled with Caesar, who defeated him at Pharsalus. He fled to Egypt and was murdered
Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Her temple at Ephesus in Lydia was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high
Chimera of Arezzo, Bronze, Etruscan, probably century BC
Roma, Musei Capitolini (Centrale Montemartini). - Statua Barberini, fine I secolo a.C. Marmo, altezza 165 cm.