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KEISARI KONSTANTINUS - Konstantinolainen käänne v. 313. Antoi kristityille uskonvapauden, alkoi suosia kristinuskoa ja yhtenäisti kansaa.

Caesar Flavius Iulius Crispus Constantius was born circa 305 at the He was the son of Imperator Caesar Flavius Constantinus Pius Felix Invictus Augustus and Minervina Caesar Flavius Iulius Crispus

Emperor Hadrian, head of Roman statue (bronze), 2nd century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Emperor Hadrian, head of Roman statue (bronze), century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris). Does anyone know where to buy a reproduction of this?

Emperor Nerva, head of Roman sculpture (marble), 1st century AD, (Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome).

Emperor Nerva, head of Roman sculpture (marble), century AD, (Palazzo…

TDO 2 -Portrait de Tibère Empereur de 14 - 37 après J.-C. Vers 13 après J.-C. Philomelium, Phrygie (Turquie) Marbre H= 32cm Paris, mdL.

Tiberius (Emperor from AD 14 to Circa AD 13 Philomelium, Phrygia (modern Turkey) Phrygia (?) Marble, sculpture in the round H. 28 cm Former Hollaenden Collection.

Head from a bronze statue of the Roman Emperor Alexander Severus, A.D. 222-235, Arcaeological Museum in Dion, Greece, 2009. Photo: Sofia Eulgem.

FCBTC / Head from a bronze statue of the Roman Emperor Alexander Severus, A. Arcaeological Museum in Dion, Greece, Photo: Sofia Eulgem.

Agrippina Minor, wife of emperor Claudius, made from Greywacke stone. Original location unknown

Roman portrait of Agrippina the Younger (or "Minor"), wife of Emperor Claudius and mother of Emperor Nero of Julia-Claudia Dynasty

Emperor Vespasian. Emperor from 69 to 79. As he was dying from an illness, he told his servants to stand him up, saying "An emperor should die on his feet". His last words were "Oh dear! I think I'm becoming a god!"

Emperor VESPASIAN Emperor from 69 to As he was dying from an illness, he told his servants to stand him up, saying "An emperor should die on his feet".

Agrippina the Elder lived from 14 BCE to 33 CE. She was the granddaughter of Augustus, daughter of Augustus’s right hand man Agrippa, and the wife of the beloved general Germanicus. After Agrippa died, Agrippina’s mother married Tiberius. This was an unhappy marriage, as Tiberius had been forced to divorce Vipsania, who he was deeply in love with. Agrippina never saw her mother again after she was exiled for adultery.

Vipsania Agrippina or most commonly known as Agrippina Major was a prominent Roman woman of the first century AD. Agrippina was the wife of the general and statesman Germanicus and a relative to the first Roman Emperors. She was the second granddaughter

Marble bust of Julia, daughter of Augustus -nodus stylized hair - 39 BC - AD 14 Roman woman BCE 050-025 - 1st century

Marble bust of Julia, daughter of Augustus -nodus stylized hair - 39 BC - AD 14 Roman woman BCE - century

Julia Maior, daughter of August. Marble. Before 2 B.C.E. Inv. No. I 1316. Vienna, Museum of Art History. (Photo by I. Sh.).

Julia Maior, daughter of August. Before 2 BCE. I Vienna, Museum of Art History

Staia Quinta

Staia Quinta, freedwoman of Lucius. Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek. (Photo by Sergey Sosnovskiy).

Germanicus  Type Beziers Toulouse Musée St Raymond

Germanicus Type Beziers Toulouse Musée St Raymond

Agrippina the Elder, the wife of Germanicus. Marble. 1st century. Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Hall of the Emperors

Agrippina the Elder, the wife of Germanicus. Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Hall of the Emperors

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