Sulla. Head from the statue of a man. About 20 BC
Lucius Cornelius Sulla (138 BC-78 BC). known commonly as Sulla, was a Roman general and statesman. He had the distinction of holding the office of consul twice, as well as that of dictator. Sulla was awarded a grass crown, the most prestigious and rarest Roman military honor, during the Social War. Glyptothek. Munich. Germany.
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BRUTUD, Lucius Junius (6th century BC). First Consul
BRUTUD, Lucius Junius (6th century BC). First Consul of the Roman Republic. Expelled from Rome to the king Tarquinius Superbus and instituted the Republic in 509 BC. Portrait in collection of stamps 'Illustrium imagines ex antiquis marmoribus' by Theodor Galle. Edition of 1606. Engraving. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Library.
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Rome, Italy - Lucius Verus, in Roman Military Costume Vatica
Black and white. Marble statue of Lucius Verus (co-emperor with Marcus Aurelius) in Roman military uniform. The image seems to have a border of black paint.. Part of Box 196, Rome, Boswell Collection. Slide number 46. Date: circa 1890s
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