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Glass Portrait Of The Emperor Septimius Severus Origin: Jerusalem Circa: 193 AD to 211 AD Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Classical Medium: Glass History Of Glass, Art History, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Mesopotamia Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Art Romain, Art Of Glass

Glass Portrait Of The Emperor Septimius Severus Origin: Jerusalem Circa: 193 AD to 211 AD Dimensions: 1.375" (3.5cm) high x 0.75" (1.9cm) wide Collection: Classical Medium: Glass

“Hercules with Nemean Lion Helmet” (pen drawing) Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Nemean Lion, Alexandre Le Grand, Ceramic Mask, Masks Art, Dark Ages, Mask Design, Lion Sculpture

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Perfectly Chaotic Fragmentary bronze portrait of the emperor Caracalla, ca. Mid-Imperial, Severan Roman Bronze This portrait depicts Caracalla as a grown man, when he was sole emperor. Easy Clay Sculptures, Sculpture Clay, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Art Romain, Rome Antique, Art Ancien

Fragmentary bronze portrait of the emperor Caracalla | Roman | Mid-Imperial, Severan | The Met

Possibly from Boubon, southwestern Anatolia (Milleker 1992, p. 52)By 1967 and until 1990, collection of Norbert Schimmel, New York; 1990-1992, with Norbert Schimmel Trust; acquired in 1992, gift of Norbert Schimmel Trust

Head of Aphrodite, Italy, Roman, Century marble, Overall: h. Gift of J. Wade Location: 103 Roman The Cleveland Museum of Art Roman Sculpture, Stone Sculpture, Sculpture Clay, Art Romain, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient Near East, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Roman Art

Head of Aphrodite

"Head of Aphrodite" (ca. 1st century CE). Italy, Roman. Marble. Gift of J.H. Wade, 1926. Posted on clevelandart.org.

Head of Aphrodite, "Bartlett Head" Greek, made in Athens. Late Classical period, about 330 BC Marble, from Paros. Venus was worshipped as the goddess of love and beauty by the ancient Greeks and Romans. Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Greek History, Art History, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Hellenistic Period, Hellenistic Art, Greek Statues, Goddess Of Love

Worshipping Love: The Mighty Aphrodite Venus | PAST EXHIBITION

Nagoya/Boston Museun of Fine Art,mfa Boston

Head of a female divinity, Etruscan artwork, bronze, century BCE. Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Art History, Rome Antique, Roman Art, Carthage, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations, Bronze Sculpture

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Alexander and the Hellenization of the Ancient World--- Statue of the Egyptian god Serapis who was a combination of the Egyptian Osiris and Greek Zeus. The purpose was to depict a common ground between Greek and Egyptian Culture Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, 7 Arts, Greek And Roman Mythology, Greek Gods, Classical Greece, Greek Art, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Greece

The Egyptian Face of Jesus: How the politically created cult of Sarapis reveals Jesus Christ as constructed religious synthesis

If Jesus Christ wasn’t a historical person, where did he come from? Who created him? How does one go about ‘creating’ a god anyway; and who would worship a fiction? To begin with, keep in mind that…

Roman Bronze Portrait of Emperor Vespasian - Origin: Mediterranean Circa: 69 AD to 79 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Classical Antiquities Style: Roman Imperial Medium: Bronze Classical Antiquity, Classical Art, Roman History, Art History, European History, American History, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Ancient Rome

В 74-м году нашей эры римский император Веспасиан израсходовал практически все деньги казны в ходе гражданской войны. Для того, чтобы вернуть средства, он создал первые платные общественные туалеты. Когда его сын Тит начал критиковать его за это, он сказал, что деньги, заработанные даже таким образом, не пахнут. Фраза стала крылатой и используется по сей день — «Pecunia non olet» — «Деньги не пахнут».