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Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: A Capri Witch, 1884-85 (oil on panel)

A Capri Witch, 1884-85 (oil on panel)
MHW325714 A Capri Witch, 1884-85 (oil on panel) by Stokes, Marianne (1855-1927); 32x21 cm; Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Torso of a Triton or a sea centaur, 191-192 AD (marble)

Torso of a Triton or a sea centaur, 191-192 AD (marble)
2561911 Torso of a Triton or a sea centaur, 191-192 AD (marble) by Roman, (2nd century); Musei Capitolini, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: MC inv)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Starved man during the Paris Commune, 1870 (colour litho)

Starved man during the Paris Commune, 1870 (colour litho)
REV326165 Starved man during the Paris Commune, 1870 (colour litho) by Henry, Paul Edmond (d.1904); Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs, Paris

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Beget village in La Garrotxa Natural Park, BEGET, Girona, 2021 (photo)

Beget village in La Garrotxa Natural Park, BEGET, Girona, 2021 (photo)
7204610 Beget village in La Garrotxa Natural Park, BEGET, Girona, 2021 (photo) by Romanesque, (12th century); (add.info.: Beget village in La Garrotxa Natural Park Girona province Pyrenees Catalonia)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Statue of the Esquiline Venus (marble)

Statue of the Esquiline Venus (marble)
2561909 Statue of the Esquiline Venus (marble) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Musei Capitolini, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: Early Imperial Period, from the Horti Lamiani inv)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Lycurgus attacking the Nymph Ambrosia, mosaic from Herculaneum (50-79 AD)

Lycurgus attacking the Nymph Ambrosia, mosaic from Herculaneum (50-79 AD)
XIR331774 Lycurgus attacking the Nymph Ambrosia, mosaic from Herculaneum (50-79 AD) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Campania

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: A Roman marble portrait of of the Empress Crispina as Omphale, c. late 2nd century

A Roman marble portrait of of the Empress Crispina as Omphale, c. late 2nd century
7202121 A Roman marble portrait of of the Empress Crispina as Omphale, c. late 2nd century by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); height 36.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: The Martyrdom and Transport of the Decapitated Body of Saint Christopher, c. 1448-57 (fresco)

The Martyrdom and Transport of the Decapitated Body of Saint Christopher, c. 1448-57 (fresco)
ALI433489 The Martyrdom and Transport of the Decapitated Body of Saint Christopher, c.1448-57 (fresco) by Mantegna, Andrea (1431-1506); Ovetari Chapel, Eremitani Church, Padua

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Marble and bronze table, 1st century A. D

Marble and bronze table, 1st century A. D
3931597 Marble and bronze table, 1st century A.D. by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Said to be from Boscoreale, Bay of Naples)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Fly Fishing, Saranac Lake, 1889 (etching)

Fly Fishing, Saranac Lake, 1889 (etching)
3597286 Fly Fishing, Saranac Lake, 1889 (etching) by Homer, Winslow (1836-1910); 40.6x56 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Homer first visited the Adirondacks)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Statue of a seated Muse, 1st or 2nd century AD (marble)

Statue of a seated Muse, 1st or 2nd century AD (marble)
3597282 Statue of a seated Muse, 1st or 2nd century AD (marble) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); 167.7 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Portrait of a Carthusian, 1446 (oil on wood)

Portrait of a Carthusian, 1446 (oil on wood)
3615921 Portrait of a Carthusian, 1446 (oil on wood) by Christus, Petrus (c.1410-1475/76); 29.2x21.6 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: The Carthusian Order)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Mosaic pavement with Egyptianizing scene, c. 130-150 A. D (stone and glass)

Mosaic pavement with Egyptianizing scene, c. 130-150 A. D (stone and glass)
3615918 Mosaic pavement with Egyptianizing scene, c.130-150 A.D (stone and glass) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); 316.2x316.9 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Bowl with Engraved Figures of Vices, 1150-1200 (bronze: spun, hammered, chased

Bowl with Engraved Figures of Vices, 1150-1200 (bronze: spun, hammered, chased
500078 Bowl with Engraved Figures of Vices, 1150-1200 (bronze: spun, hammered, chased, & punched) by German School, (12th century); 6.05x28.95 wt: 686 grams cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Hercules, c. 30 BC-20 (bronze with silver and copper inlays)

Hercules, c. 30 BC-20 (bronze with silver and copper inlays)
500073 Hercules, c.30 BC-20 (bronze with silver and copper inlays) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); h:14.50 w:8.00 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: Half-human, half-divine)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: On a Terrace, 1867 (oil on wood panel)

On a Terrace, 1867 (oil on wood panel)
500065 On a Terrace, 1867 (oil on wood panel) by Meissonier, Jean-Louis Ernest (1815-91); 50.5x40 (framed) 30.2x10 (unframed) cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: The Emperor as Philosopher, probably Marcus Aurelius (reigned AD 161-180), c

The Emperor as Philosopher, probably Marcus Aurelius (reigned AD 161-180), c
500063 The Emperor as Philosopher, probably Marcus Aurelius (reigned AD 161-180), c.175-200 (bronze, hollow cast in several pieces & joined) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); h

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Sideboard, c. 1855 (walnut)

Sideboard, c. 1855 (walnut)
500050 Sideboard, c.1855 (walnut) by Bailly, Joseph Alexis (1825-1883) (attr. to); 290.4x211.4x69.4 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: Newly acquired wealth from railroad production)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Earring (one of a pair), 100 BC-100 (gold and garnet)

Earring (one of a pair), 100 BC-100 (gold and garnet)
500036 Earring (one of a pair), 100 BC-100 (gold and garnet) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); d:2.4 w:0.5 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Jerald S

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Victory with Cornucopia (Chariot Attachment), 40-68 (bronze)

Victory with Cornucopia (Chariot Attachment), 40-68 (bronze)
500018 Victory with Cornucopia (Chariot Attachment), 40-68 (bronze) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); h:42 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: In Roman times)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Monteith Punch Bowl, 1715-16 (silver gilt)

Monteith Punch Bowl, 1715-16 (silver gilt)
499626 Monteith Punch Bowl, 1715-16 (silver gilt) by Pyne, Benjamin (c.1653-1732); d:32.9 h:26.9 w:37.5 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: Inscription: engraved, center of bowl: arms)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Cameo: Head of Artemis, 100-200 (glass)

Cameo: Head of Artemis, 100-200 (glass)
499625 Cameo: Head of Artemis, 100-200 (glass) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); 3.7x3.3 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; Gift of Mr and Mrs J.J. Klejman; out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Talatat: Portrait of Nefertiti, c. 1353-1347 BC (painted sandstone)

Talatat: Portrait of Nefertiti, c. 1353-1347 BC (painted sandstone)
499509 Talatat: Portrait of Nefertiti, c.1353-1347 BC (painted sandstone) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); 22x22.7 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Cameo: Head of a Woman, c. 1-100 (amethyst)

Cameo: Head of a Woman, c. 1-100 (amethyst)
499505 Cameo: Head of a Woman, c.1-100 (amethyst) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); 4.6 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; Bequest of Leonard C. Hanna, Jr.; out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Elizabeth Shewell West and Her Son, Raphael, c. 1770 (oil on canvas)

Elizabeth Shewell West and Her Son, Raphael, c. 1770 (oil on canvas)
491124 Elizabeth Shewell West and Her Son, Raphael, c.1770 (oil on canvas) by West, Benjamin (1738-1820); 66.5x66.3 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Torso of Venus, 1-200 (marble)

Torso of Venus, 1-200 (marble)
491122 Torso of Venus, 1-200 (marble) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); h:64.20 with base - h:78.80 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; Dudley P. Allen Fund; out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Squat Jar with Lug Handles, c. 3400-3300 BC (marl clay pottery)

Squat Jar with Lug Handles, c. 3400-3300 BC (marl clay pottery)
491044 Squat Jar with Lug Handles, c.3400-3300 BC (marl clay pottery) by Egyptian, Predynastic Period (c.5000-c.3100 BC); Diameter - w:23.50 Diameter of mouth - w:8.60 Overall - h:14.50 w

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Millefiori Bowl, 1-100 (glass)

Millefiori Bowl, 1-100 (glass)
491005 Millefiori Bowl, 1-100 (glass) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); h:4.30 w:8.70 Diameter of foot - w:4.00 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; General Income Fund; out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Covered Tureen with Tray, 1798-1809 (silver)

Covered Tureen with Tray, 1798-1809 (silver)
491450 Covered Tureen with Tray, 1798-1809 (silver) by Auguste, Henry (1759-1816); Tray - w:49.25 Tureen - h:26.20 w:29.10 Average - h:22.55 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Head of a Noble or Official, 175-200 (marble)

Head of a Noble or Official, 175-200 (marble)
491435 Head of a Noble or Official, 175-200 (marble) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); h:38.2 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund; out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Fragment of an Inlay Headdress, c. 1353-1295 BC (lavender blue faience with deep blue

Fragment of an Inlay Headdress, c. 1353-1295 BC (lavender blue faience with deep blue
491039 Fragment of an Inlay Headdress, c.1353-1295 BC (lavender blue faience with deep blue overglaze) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); h:6.70 w:7.70 d:2.80 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Eros, the God of Love, 1-100 (marble)

Eros, the God of Love, 1-100 (marble)
491036 Eros, the God of Love, 1-100 (marble) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); h:22.60 w:15.30 d:17.80 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Studies from Nature, 1807 (litho)

Studies from Nature, 1807 (litho)
XYC281131 Studies from Nature, 1807 (litho) by Ward, James (1769-1859); 38.1x50.8 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA; English, out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Temple of Bacchus, view of the colonnade; High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (photo)

Temple of Bacchus, view of the colonnade; High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (photo)
GDG279548 Temple of Bacchus, view of the colonnade; High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (photo) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Baalbek

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Colonnade (photo)

Colonnade (photo)
GDG279583 Colonnade (photo) by Roman; Tyre, Lebanon; (add.info.: According to Herodotus, Tyre was founded around 2750 BC; became a Roman province in 64 BC; Tyr; Liban;)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Entablature of a portico in the courtyard, Sanctuary of Jupiter Heliopolitanus

Entablature of a portico in the courtyard, Sanctuary of Jupiter Heliopolitanus
GDG279570 Entablature of a portico in the courtyard, Sanctuary of Jupiter Heliopolitanus, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (photo) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Baalbek

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Temple of Bacchus, detail of the entablature, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (photo)

Temple of Bacchus, detail of the entablature, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (photo)
GDG279554 Temple of Bacchus, detail of the entablature, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (photo) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Baalbek

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Attic black-figure dinos krater depicting a line of ships (ceramic) (b / w photo)

Attic black-figure dinos krater depicting a line of ships (ceramic) (b / w photo)
XIR267105 Attic black-figure dinos krater depicting a line of ships (ceramic) (b/w photo) by Greek, (6th century BC); Louvre, Paris, France; (add.info.: Studio Giraudon c)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Architectural element, High Imperial Period (27 AD- 395 BC) (stone)

Architectural element, High Imperial Period (27 AD- 395 BC) (stone)
GDG267040 Architectural element, High Imperial Period (27 AD- 395 BC) (stone) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Djemila

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Sundial, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone)

Sundial, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone)
GDG267026 Sundial, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Timgad, Algeria; (add.info)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Stela with an inscription on Sertius Market High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone)

Stela with an inscription on Sertius Market High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone)
GDG267022 Stela with an inscription on Sertius Market High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Timgad

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Architectural fragment with carved decoration, detail, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD

Architectural fragment with carved decoration, detail, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD
GDG267012 Architectural fragment with carved decoration, detail, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (see also 267011) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Timgad

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: View of Sertius Market, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD)

View of Sertius Market, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD)
GDG267006 View of Sertius Market, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Timgad, Algeria; (add.info)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Fragment of Aphrodite (marble)

Fragment of Aphrodite (marble)
HSC325706 Fragment of Aphrodite (marble) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); height: 38 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Fragmentary Aphrodite (marble)

Fragmentary Aphrodite (marble)
HSC325676 Fragmentary Aphrodite (marble) by Roman, (2nd century AD); height: 9.1 cm; Private Collection; Photo eHeini Schneebeli; out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Gladiators (terracotta)

Gladiators (terracotta)
HSC325670 Gladiators (terracotta) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); heights: 22-22.5 cm; Private Collection; Photo eHeini Schneebeli; out of copyright

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Romano-Egyptian vessel in the form of Isis-Aphrodite (terracotta)

Romano-Egyptian vessel in the form of Isis-Aphrodite (terracotta)
HSC325668 Romano-Egyptian vessel in the form of Isis-Aphrodite (terracotta) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); height: 33.4 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRoman Imperial Period Collection: Plaques of Maat, Nephthys and sons of Horus, Late Dynastic Period (faience

Plaques of Maat, Nephthys and sons of Horus, Late Dynastic Period (faience
HSC325655 Plaques of Maat, Nephthys and sons of Horus, Late Dynastic Period (faience) (see also 325656, 325657 and 325658) by Egyptian



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