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Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan peace. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome. View from north west.
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan peace. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome. View from South West.
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan peace. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome. View from east.
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan peace. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome. View from east of altar inside enclosure
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan peace. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome. View of Buchrania decorating inside walls enclosing inner altar.
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan peace south relief frieze. 13 BCE–9 BCE. Campus Martius, Rome
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan peace Augustus on south relief frieze. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan peace acanthus relief frieze. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan south east relief panel of Pax or Tellus. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome
Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar of Augustan south west relief panel of Aeneas sacrificing. 13 BCE–9BCE. Campus Martius, Rome
Arch of Constantine south side, 312-315 CE Rome
Arch of Constantine, 312-315, Rome. North side
Trajanic Frieze from interior passage of Arch of Constantine, 312-315, Rome.
The submission of a barbarians to Marcus Aurelius Relief reused on the attic from south side of the Arch of Constantine 312-315
The introduction of a barbarous leader to Marcus Aurelius, south attic relief, Arch of Constantine. 213-215 CE Rome
Victory on north side, plinth of the second column from east. Arch of Constantine, 312-315, Rome
Hunting Tondi, from a lost Hadrianic monument: Boar hunt 130-138 reused on the Arch of Constantine, north side, Rome, 312-315
Arch of Constantine, west side. 312-315 CE Rome
Arch of Constantine west side, Constantinian tondo: Luna 312-315 Rome
Arch of Constantine, south west: Siege of Verona frieze. 312-315, Rome.
Arch of Constantine south side: Siege of Verona frieze, and Hadrianic hunting tondi above. 312-315 Rome
Arch of Constantine: South East frieze the battle of Milvian Bridge 312-315 Rome.
Arch of Constantine, east side. 312-315 CE Rome
Arch of Constantine east side, Constantinian tondi: Sol 312-315 Rome.
Arch of Constantine: 312-315 Rome. Entrance to Rome, East Frieze, below Constantinian tondo of Sol.
Arch of Constantine: East frieze 312-315 Rome. Entrance into Rome
Arch of Constantine: Oratio (address) north east frieze 312-315 Rome.
Arch of Constantine: north side, Largess (Congiarium)north west frieze 312-315 Rome
Empress Livia, portrait sculpture, c. 31 BCE, basanite, height 32 cm Repository Musée du Louvre, inv. NIII 1035 (Ma 1233).
Tiberius, Fayum Egypt, after 4 AD. Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek.
Portrait of Caligula, from Asia Minor, 37-38, Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen.
Gold Aureus of Gaius (Caligula) Obverse: Laureate head of Gaius (Caligula);
Portrait of Tiberius, from the theater in Cerveteri, Italy 45-50 AD, Rome, Vatican Museums.
Portrait of Claudius, from the theater in Cerveteri Italy, 45-50 Rome, Vatican Museums.
Young Nero from Rome. 50 CE marble 122 cm Musée du Louvre, France inv. MA 1210.
Portrait of Nero, from Sardinia c. 55-59, Cagliari, Museo Nazionale, Sardinia
Portrait head of Nero from the Palatine, c. 59 A.D marble. Museo nazionale d'arte orientale (Rome,Italy).
Nero. 54-68 AD. AV Aureus (7.35 gm). Rome mint. Struck circa 64-65 AD. Laureate head of Nero looking right.
Church of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy. Under construction from c. 520 CE; consecrated 547; mosaics c. 526–548.
Empress Theodora and her Attendants, c. 547. Church of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy. Under construction from c. 520; consecrated 547; mosaics c. 526–548.
Christ in heaven flanked by Ecclesius and St Vitalis. c. 547. Church of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy. Under construction from c. 520; consecrated 547; mosaics c. 526–548
Emperor Justinian, arch bishop Maximianus, and attendants. Church of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy. Under construction from c. 520; consecrated 547; mosaics c. 526–548
Plan and cutaway drawing of the Church of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy. Under construction from c. 520 CE; consecrated 547; mosaics c. 526–548.