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Background imageRomans Collection: Bust of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)

Bust of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)
Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD). Roman emperor. Roman bust. Marble. From Kandilli, Lamunia (Bozhoyuk). Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageRomans Collection: Map of the Roman Empire

Map of the Roman Empire
A map showing the extent of the Roman Empire

Background imageRomans Collection: Garden Paintings from the so-called Villa of Livia

Garden Paintings from the so-called Villa of Livia, Primaporta, Rome, c.20 BC. Roman art. Fresco

Background imageRomans Collection: Hannibal winning Battle of Cannae

Hannibal winning Battle of Cannae
SECOND PUNIC WAR : Hannibal, the Carthaginian leader, though outnumbered by the Romans, wins a decisive victory at the Battle of Cannae thanks to his superior cavalry

Background imageRomans Collection: Roman Empire (4th c. AD). Scale model of the

Roman Empire (4th c. AD). Scale model of the city of Rome

Background imageRomans Collection: Queen Boudicca inciting the Britons to revolt

Queen Boudicca inciting the Britons to revolt
Queen Boudicca of the Iceni tribe inciting the Britons to revolt against Roman domination. circa 60 AD

Background imageRomans Collection: LIBYA. TRIPOLI. Leptis Magna. Forum of Septimius

LIBYA. TRIPOLI. Leptis Magna. Forum of Septimius Severus. Forum built after the rise to the empire of Lucius Septimius Severus in 193. Sculptural detail with Gorgons head. Roman art. Early Empire

Background imageRomans Collection: Roman art. Boy with horse (possible CastorI. Marble. Relief

Roman art. Boy with horse (possible CastorI. Marble. Relief
Roman art. Bas-relief. Boy with a horse, probably Castor taming his horse, acompanied by a dog. Found in the pantanella of Hadrians Villa at Tivoli. 125 AD. British Museum. London. England

Background imageRomans Collection: Boadicea (As Forrest)

Boadicea (As Forrest)
BOADICEA (or Boudicca) Queen of the Iceni, encouraging the Britons to defend their country against the Romans

Background imageRomans Collection: Hypnos, God of Sleep

Hypnos, God of Sleep
HYPNOS is the Greek god of sleep, known as SOMNUS to the Romans; he lives in a cave in the Cimmerian country where the sun never shines

Background imageRomans Collection: Charlemagne, King and Emperor

Charlemagne, King and Emperor
Charlemagne (Carolus Magnus. Karolus Magnus, Charles the Great), King of the Franks from 768, King of the Lombards from 774, and Emperor of the Romans from 800

Background imageRomans Collection: Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy

Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy
Roman Art. Arch of Titus. Erected in the year 81 to commemorate the conquest of Titus against the Jews. It features carved scenes of the conquest and subsequent destruction of Jerusalem (AD 70)

Background imageRomans Collection: Temple of Vesta. Rome. Italy

Temple of Vesta. Rome. Italy
Italy. Rome. Temple of Vesta. Roman Forum

Background imageRomans Collection: Jerusalem / Model 1st C

Jerusalem / Model 1st C
A reconstruction of JERUSALEM at the time of the second temple before the town was ransacked by the Romans. The model was made between 1964 and 1967 by Hans Kroch. Date: 66 AD

Background imageRomans Collection: Gallo-Roman low-relief. Ferrying wine barrels

Gallo-Roman low-relief. Ferrying wine barrels and amphorae. Roman art. Early Empire. Relief on rock. FRANCE. PROVENCE ALPES CԔ E D AZUR. VAUCLUSE. Avignon. Mus饠 Calvet (Calvet Museum)

Background imageRomans Collection: Roman mosaic. 4th-5th century. From roman villa of Pacs. Cat

Roman mosaic. 4th-5th century. From roman villa of Pacs. Cat
Roman mosaic. Geometric. 4th-5th century. From roman villa of Pacs. Catalonia. Diocesan Museum. Barcelona. Spain

Background imageRomans Collection: Roman mosaic. Fish and octopus. Spain

Roman mosaic. Fish and octopus. Spain
Roman mosaic. Scene Marina. Fish and octopus. Archaeological Museum. Albacete province. Castile-La Mancha. Spain

Background imageRomans Collection: Roman art. Statue of a young athlete. National Archaeologica

Roman art. Statue of a young athlete. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageRomans Collection: Droitwich Spa

Droitwich Spa
The Brine Baths at Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire; they were first discovered by the Romans

Background imageRomans Collection: Taming horse. Roman painting. Domus. 4th C. Merida (Augusta

Taming horse. Roman painting. Domus. 4th C. Merida (Augusta
Taming horse. Roman painting. Domus. 4th C. From Merida(Augusta Emerita). National Museum of Roman art. Merida. Spain

Background imageRomans Collection: Colossal statue of a goddess. 2nd century AD

Colossal statue of a goddess. 2nd century AD
Roman colossal statue of a goddess. 138-161 AD. The head is latest. Marble. From Egypt. Neues Museum (New Museum). Berlin. Germany

Background imageRomans Collection: Appius Claudius the Censor (340-273 BC). Engraving. Colored

Appius Claudius the Censor (340-273 BC). Engraving. Colored
Appius Claudius the Censor (340-273 BC). Roman Censor. Engraving by Sabattini after a fresco by Cesare Maccari. The Iberian Illustration, 1898. Colored

Background imageRomans Collection: Scene of wild boar hunt, mosaic uncovered in Merida (Augusta

Scene of wild boar hunt, mosaic uncovered in Merida (Augusta
Scene of wild boar hunt, mosaic uncovered in Merida, Spain. Roman, 4th century. National Museum of Roman Art. Merida. Spain

Background imageRomans Collection: Menander (ca. 342-ca. 292 BC). Portrait

Menander (ca. 342-ca. 292 BC). Portrait
Menander (ca.342-ca.292 BC). Greek dramatist, representative of the athenian New Comedy. Roman copy of a Greek original. Glyptothek. Munich. Germany

Background imageRomans Collection: Titus (39-81 AD). Roman Emperor. Bust. Marble

Titus (39-81 AD). Roman Emperor. Bust. Marble
Titus (39-81 AD). Roman Emperor. Flavian dynasty. Bust. Marble. 70-80 AD. From Utica, near Carthage. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageRomans Collection: Surveyors sitting in a circle during a meeting. Miniature of

Surveyors sitting in a circle during a meeting. Miniature of the 14th century

Background imageRomans Collection: Bust of a Roman woman. Roman art. Early Empire

Bust of a Roman woman. Roman art. Early Empire. Sculpture. SPAIN. CATALONIA. BARCELONA. Barcelona. Archaeology Museum of Catalonia

Background imageRomans Collection: Druidess / Vercingetorix

Druidess / Vercingetorix
A Druidess of the Ile de Sayne reveals the destiny of Gaul to Vercingetorix, who leads his countrymen to defeat by the Romans Date: circa 60 BC

Background imageRomans Collection: Charlemagne, King and Emperor

Charlemagne, King and Emperor
Charlemagne (Carolus Magnus. Karolus Magnus, Charles the Great), King of the Franks from 768, King of the Lombards from 774, and Emperor of the Romans from 800

Background imageRomans Collection: Events / Ancient Rome

Events / Ancient Rome
The Romans admire the works of art they have looted from Greece

Background imageRomans Collection: The Forum of Roman London

The Forum of Roman London
Artists impression of the Forum of Roman London, located in what is now the City of London. Date: 1926

Background imageRomans Collection: Scythian armour and weapons

Scythian armour and weapons
Scythian breastplate, shield, helmet and maces from the Column of Theodosius in Constantinople (Istanbul). Copperplate engraving by Pietro Ruga after an illustration by Lorenzo Rocceggiani from his

Background imageRomans Collection: Greek triremes. Engraving. Warship appeared in

Greek triremes. Engraving. Warship appeared in 6th c. BC: It was used by Phoenicians, Greeks, Egyptians, Romans and Carthaginians

Background imageRomans Collection: Romans in Britain 54Bc

Romans in Britain 54Bc
Following his preliminary expedition of 55 BC, Julius Caesar and his 5 Roman legions (25, 000 men) and 2, 000 cavalry land again in Britain between Deal and Dover

Background imageRomans Collection: Rome Centenary

Rome Centenary
Patriotic Romans celebrate the 26th centenary of the founding of their city by Romulus and Remus

Background imageRomans Collection: Pyrrhus fighting the Romans at Beneventum

Pyrrhus fighting the Romans at Beneventum
Pyrrhus, King of Epirus, fighting the Romans, led by the consul Manius Curius Dentatus, at the Battle of Beneventum, near Benevento in southern Italy

Background imageRomans Collection: Horsemen 3 - Thessalonia

Horsemen 3 - Thessalonia
THESSALONIANS : renowned for their horse-breeding and their equestrian skills, these people of eastern Greece are depicted here defending their country against the Romans

Background imageRomans Collection: Cannae Battlefield

Cannae Battlefield
19th century view of the battlefield of Cannae, where Hannibal routed the Romans : they lost 50, 000, he lost only 5700 though greatly outnumbered

Background imageRomans Collection: Romans Pillage Athens

Romans Pillage Athens
Athens is pillaged by Sullas invading Romans

Background imageRomans Collection: Hannibal in battle with his war elephants

Hannibal in battle with his war elephants
SECOND PUNIC WAR : Hannibal, the Carthaginian leader, goes into battle against the Romans with his war elephants

Background imageRomans Collection: Gauls defeat Romans on the River Allia

Gauls defeat Romans on the River Allia
The Gauls defeat the Romans in battle on the River Allia

Background imageRomans Collection: Battle of Actium / 31 Bc

Battle of Actium / 31 Bc
CLEOPATRA VII Ruled 58-55 BC The Battle of Actium, Cleopatra directs her fleet against the Romans commanded by Octavian

Background imageRomans Collection: Julius Caesars invasion of Britain

Julius Caesars invasion of Britain
This picture shows the British forces trying to prevent Roman soldiers from landing on the shores of Kent. The Romans, following the standard bearer, wade from their ship toward the shore. Date: 54 BC

Background imageRomans Collection: A Present from Caesar by Fortunino Matania

A Present from Caesar by Fortunino Matania
A Present from Caesar, a Vision of Imperial Rome. Painting by Fortunino Matania, exhibited at the R. I. Galleries, 1926. Date: 1926

Background imageRomans Collection: Ancient Egyptian hats

Ancient Egyptian hats
Hat used by Egyptian priests from the Villa Barberini 1, Egyptian priest hats from fragments found in Hadrians Villa in Tivoli 2, 3

Background imageRomans Collection: Gallic Wars - Titus Labienus hatches a trap

Gallic Wars - Titus Labienus hatches a trap
Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). Titus Labienus hatches a trap to get the Treveri to cross the river before his troops, attacking them later. Engraving

Background imageRomans Collection: Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). Ambiorix, leader of the Eburons t

Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). Ambiorix, leader of the Eburons tribe, joins the Hainaut and Namur tribes, attacks the camp of Quintus Tullius Cicero and sets fire to it. Engraving

Background imageRomans Collection: Quintus Titurius Sabinus and Arunculcius Cotta are attacked

Quintus Titurius Sabinus and Arunculcius Cotta are attacked
Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). Quintus Titurius Sabinus and Arunculcius Cotta, attacked by Ambiorix, forming their troops in a circle. Engraving



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