Ancient Sculpture

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an ancient head with a beard and mustache
Limestone bearded head with a Corinthian helmet | Cypriot | Cypro-Archaic II | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Male head wearing a Greek helmet, Cypriot limestone sculpture, early 5th century BCE. From the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
a statue of a woman's head with her eyes closed
Vibia Sabina (83–136/137) was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian. She married Hadrian in 100.
an old statue with a head wearing a veil on it's head is shown in black and white
Livia from the Villa of Mysteries, Pompeii. Marble. Late 1st century B.C.E — e. 1st C.
a statue with braids on it's head is shown against a blue sky
Bronze statue of Apollo from the House of Apollo, Pompeii.
a statue of a woman's head is shown
Demeter. Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Altemps (Roma, Museo nazionale romano, Palazzo Altemps)
Ceres (Demeter) ("Ludovisi") or member of the imperial family represented as ~, Roman bust (marble), copy after Greek original, 2nd century AD (original 5th-4th c. BC), (Palazzo Altemps, Rome).
a close up of a statue of a man's face
Seleucus I Nicator Found in Herculaneum, villa of the papyrii
a close up of a statue of a man's face
Il Fauno Suite & SPA , camere con Jacuzzi, piscina, spa, Wifi
Roman bronze Runner statue, found at Herculaneum #scavidiercolano pompeii museum, italy
an ancient bust of a man with a beard
Macrinus - the 24th Emperor of Rome. He may have murdered Caracalla after an oracle kept proclaiming that Macrinus would become emperor (Caracalla would have surely murdered Marcrinus). The first emperor from the Equestrian class.
nine busts of women in various styles and sizes
Hairstyles of Ancient Rome
a close up of a statue of a woman's head wearing a hat and dress
a statue of a man with no shirt on, holding his arm out to the side
Discobolus, Myron (5th century BC; Roman copy of the Greek original)
two birds sitting on top of a stone block in the shape of a square frame
to love many things
Roman, Relief with two eagles, 50 BC - 130 AD
an old bronze head with curly hair and beards on it's face, against a white background
Boreas. Roman bronze, 1st century, CE. Boreas was the purple-winged god of the north wind.
a statue of a man with his arms crossed
Last of the Romans
Julian, the last pagan emperor of Rome.
a statue of a man holding a bowl in his right hand and looking down at the ground
The Dying Gaul, Roman marble copy of a lost ancient Greek statue that was commissioned some time between 230 and 220 BCE by Attalos I of Pergamon to honor his victory over the Galatians. The statue depicts a dying Celt with remarkable realism. He is represented as a Gallic warrior with a typically Gallic hairstyle and moustache. The figure is naked save for a neck torc. He is shown fighting against death, refusing to accept his fate.