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Wall painting on black ground: Aedicula with small landscape, from the imperial villa at Boscotrecase Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: last decade of the 1st century B.C. Culture: Roman, Pompeian Medium: Fresco

Wall painting on black ground: Aedicula with small landscape, from the imperial villa at Boscotrecase Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: last decade of the century B.

Statue of a wounded Amazon [Roman copy of a Greek bronze statue] She wears a short, sleeveless chiton unfastened at one shoulder and belted at the waist with a makeshift bit of bridle from her horse. The garment is known as an exomis, the type of clothing worn by Greek men for exercise, horse riding, or hard labor.

Lower legs and feet have been restored with casts taken from copies in Berlin and Copenhagen. Most of right arm, lower part of pillar, and plinth are eighteenth-century marble restorations.Copy of a Greek bronze statue of ca

Wall painting on red ground: candelabrum with frieze, from the imperial villa at Boscotrecase | Roman | Augustan | The Met

Wall painting on red ground: candelabrum with frieze, from the imperial villa at Boscotrecase

The Happy Mother-Jean Honore Fragonard

Rather few eighteenth-century French artists would have painted a laundry, which is evidently what we see here (Chardin would be the significant exception). This picture dates to about toward the end of Fragonard's first trip to Italy

Cameo Glass.  Imperial Roman blue glass amphora, in cameo glass technique, found on the Street of Tombs outside the Herculaneum Gate, Pompeii.

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Imperial Roman blue glass amphora, in cameo glass technique, found on the Street of Tombs outside the Herculaneum Gate, Pompeii.

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Landscape with temple. Roman fresco from the temple of Isis in Pompeii. Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Naples) tuscany villa rentals with chef

Relief depicting a flower and vegetable seller (stone), Roman, (2nd century AD) / Museo della Civilta Romana, Rome, Italy / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Relief depicting a flower and vegetable seller (stone), Roman, century AD) / Museo della Civilta Romana, Rome, Italy / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Lucilla daughter of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina II wife of Lucius Verus 2nd century CE

Lucilla daughter of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina II wife of Lucius Verus century CE

Terracotta statue of a young woman - The elaborate necklaces and armband on this statue appear to be reproduced from molds of actual jewelry. Some of the pendants are decorated with reliefs depicting various Etruscan deities and heroes. Originally, this woman wore a pair of grape-cluster earrings. When complete, the statue probably stood in a sanctuary and showed the young woman holding an incense box in her extended right hand - Etruscan - late 4th- early 3rd century BC

Terracotta statue of a young woman Date: late century B. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Terracottas Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1916 Accession Number:

Roman civilization, 1st century b. C.–1st century A.D. Blue glass and white vitreous paste cameo panel showing initiation of Ariadne to the Dionysian mysteries. From Pompei, House of F. Rufus. (Detail, Ariadne) Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Stock Photo : Initiation of Ariadne to Dionysian mysteries, Blue glass and white vitreous paste cameo panel, from House of F.

Roman Glass in the Corning Glass Museum

Roman Cameo Glass Cup -- Referred to as "The Morgan Cup" as it once belonged to the collection of J. Pierpont Morgan -- Century -- Thought to have been found in the ancient city of Heraclea Pontica, modern Eregli, Turkey. The Corning Museum of Glass.

Roman2nd century A.D.A.D. 170–180Marble Faustina,the Younger,wife of emperor Marcus Aurelius

Roman, century AD, Priestess of the Imperial Cult, Kimbell Art Museum

Marble head of an athlete,  Mid-Imperial, Antonine, ca. A.D. 138–192 | http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/248579?rpp=20&pg=5&ft=Roman%2BSculpture&pos=95&imgNo=0&tabName=gallery-label

Marble head of an athlete Period:Mid-Imperial, Antonine Date:ca. Culture:Roman Medium:Marble Dimensions:H. This head of a youth wearing a fillet (band) must have belonged to the statue of a victorious athlete.

Minerva (Athena) ("Palagi"), head of Roman statue (marble), copy after Greek original, 1st century BC - 1st century AD, (Museo Civico Archeologico, Bologna).

Head of Minerva, known as "Athena Palagi" - Roman marble statue copy after Greek original, circa c. AD - at the Museum of Bologna