"Oil Ampula in the Form of a Dancing Bear" (ca. 3rd century). Roman, Italy. Posted on clevelandart.org.

Oil Ampula in the form of a dancing bear Bronze Roman Century AD Source: Cleveland Museum of Art

"Portait Head of a Statesman, possibly Vespasian" (ca. 1st century). Roman, Italy. Posted on clevelandart.org.

Portait Head of a Statesman, possibly Vespasian

Barbarian | Cleveland Museum of Art

Barbarian - Parthian soldier wearing a Phrygian cap, - Italy, Rome, Century Date: Medium: bronze

Bronze fitting of the Nemi Ships in the form of a bear head, built by Caligula in the 1st century AD at Lake Nemi, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome

Bronze fitting of the Nemi Ships in the form of a bear head, built by Caligula in the century AD at Lake Nemi, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome

Statuette of Dionysos, 50 BC - 50                                                Italy, Roman, 1st Century BC-1st Century

Bacchus (Dionysus), Roman statuette (bronze), century BC - century AD, (Cleveland Museum of Art).

Ibis Eating a Lizard | Cleveland Museum of Art   Pinned by y Lezama Art

Ibis Eating a Lizard Italy, Rome, Roman Empire Date: Century BC to Century AD Medium: bronze, hollow cast

Cameo with Portrait of the Emperor Augustus (reigned 30 BC - AD 14)

Cameo with Portrait of the Emperor Augustus (reigned 30 BC - AD Italy, Rome, Reign of Tiberius travertine, Overall: x cm x 2 inches).

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