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Imperador Maximino Trácio (assassino de cristãos)

Imperador Maximino Trácio (assassino de cristãos)

69th Great Grandfather  Emperor Tiberius Claudius I, Ceasar Nero Germanicus  10 BC-54 AD. Ancestor

Great Grandfather Emperor Tiberius Claudius I, Ceasar Nero Germanicus 10 AD

https://flic.kr/p/fsR4Jd | Drusus the Elder | Ara Pacis Museum, Rome Cast of Museo Capitolino inv. 355

https://flic.kr/p/fsR4Jd | Drusus the Elder | Ara Pacis Museum, Rome Cast of Museo Capitolino inv. 355

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus - Caracalla as a boy

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus - Caracalla as a boy

SULLA (138BC-78BC) revived the office of dictator, paving the way for the later dictatorship of Caesar.  Sulla's dictatorship came during a high point in the struggle between optimates and populares. The former sought a conservative approach to maintain the traditional oligarchic structure of power in the Republic, while the latter challenged the existing order with the avowed aim of increasing the influence of the plebs.

fuckyeahhistorycrushes: “ “ Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix - Dictator/General/Conqueror ” The poor guy had a terrible case of rosacea, according to some ancient sources, but they all agree that he was.

Pompey the Great 106-48 BC  Early Roman Empire

Pompey - Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, usually known in English as Pompey or Pompey the Great, was a military and political leader of the late Roman Republic.

Marble male head, probably from a statue of a riding youth, found at Eleusis, Attica. ca. 560 BC.  © NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS

560 An Attic Youth, ca. 560 B., found at Ateleusis (pupil of Rampin Master) National Archaeological Museum, Athens 61

Minerva - Rome Exhibit

Minerva - Rome Exhibit

SEPTIMIUS SEVERNS CEASER Roman Emperor  193-211 A.D

SEPTIMIUS SEVERNS CEASER Roman Emperor 193-211 A.D

Galba

The seventh emperor; everyone agreed that he would be a worthy emperor, until he became emperor.January 69 AD Murdered by Praetorian Guard in coup led by Otho.

The tutulus was originally an Etruscan style worn commonly in the late 6th century was a hairstyle worn primarily by the materfamilias, the mother of the family

The roman tutulus was a female hairstyle for a married woman. Hair was arranged near to top of head and was wrapped in cloth bindings which pulled into a bun.

Vitellius - 8th emperor ... Not the most attractive of men. And, disturbingly, from some angles he looks like me!

Aulus Vitellius Son of Lucius Vitellius and Sextilia. Husband to Galeria Fundania. Seized power with support of German Legions (in opposition to Galba/Otho) He was Emperor for 8 months and 3 days. Murdered Dec 69 AD by Vespasian's troops

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