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Ancient Rome Collection

Step back in time and explore the wonders of Ancient Rome

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Roman memento mori mosaic

Roman memento mori mosaic. Mosaics consist of small pieces of coloured glass or stone, used to form an image or pattern on a floor or wall

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Antique map of the Roman Empire

Antique map of the Roman Empire, with a detail on Rome

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Dante and Virgil in Inferno, crossing the cocytus, 1885 (engraving)

Dante and Virgil in Inferno, crossing the cocytus, 1885 (engraving)
XEE746645 Dante and Virgil in Inferno, crossing the cocytus, 1885 (engraving) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); Private Collection; (add.info.: Inferno)

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Map of ancient Rome

Map of ancient Rome
City plan of ancient Rome. Lithograph

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Roman seafood mosaic

Roman seafood mosaic. Mosaics consist of small pieces of coloured glass or stone, used to form an image or pattern on a floor or wall

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Battle of Cannae plan, 216 BC

Battle of Cannae plan, 216 BC
Map of the Battle of Cannae, in which Hannibal defeated the Romans during the Second Punic War, 216 BC. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Maps of Italy in ancient times

Maps of Italy in ancient times
Map of early tribes in Italy (top). of the Roman hills (lower left). and the vicinity of Rome (right) in the time of the Roman Empire. Printed color lithograph of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Roman God Janus

Roman God Janus
Illustration of a Roman God Janus

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Roman Republic and Carthage during the Second Punic War (218-201-BC)

Roman Republic and Carthage during the Second Punic War (218-201-BC)
Ancient map of the Roman Republic and Carthage during the Second Punic War (218 to 201 BC). Legend in Latin language. Steel engraving with hand colored borderlines, published in 1861

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Dionysus, or Bacchus, on his throne

Dionysus, or Bacchus, on his throne
Wall painting of the Roman deity Dionysus on his throne, from the ruins of Pompeii. Printed color lithograph reproduction

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Map of the Roman Empire

Map of the Roman Empire
Map showing the extent of the Roman Empire. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Map of Europe under the Roman Empire

Map of Europe under the Roman Empire
Map of Europe in the time of the Roman Empire. Printed color lithograph of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Diana Cacciatrice (Diana the Huntress), 1658

Diana Cacciatrice (Diana the Huntress), 1658. Found in the Collection of Fondazione Sorgente Group

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: The Bathing Pool. Creator: Hubert Robert

The Bathing Pool. Creator: Hubert Robert
The Bathing Pool

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Roman statue of Asclepius

Roman statue of Asclepius. The cult of the deity of Greek medicine, known as Asclepius, dates from the 6th century BC. Asclepius is represented in statues holding a staff around which a serpent

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Regions of Italy in the Roman Empire

Regions of Italy in the Roman Empire
Map of Italy, during the time of Caesar Augustus to Emperor Constantine. Color lithograph of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: The Death of Seneca, 1871 (oil on canvas)

The Death of Seneca, 1871 (oil on canvas)
FIA5401488 The Death of Seneca, 1871 (oil on canvas) by Dominguez y Sanchez, Manuel (1840-1906); 270x540 cm; Prado, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: Seneca the Younger)

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Caesar leading the Roman army across the Rubicon

Caesar leading the Roman army across the Rubicon
Julius Caesar crossing the Rubicon to begin a civil war against Pompey, 49 BC. Hand-colored halftone of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Pantheon interior, ancient Rome

Pantheon interior, ancient Rome
Interior of the Pantheon in ancient Rome. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Caesar crossing the Rubicon

Caesar crossing the Rubicon
Illustration of a Caesar crossing the Rubicon. This event of crossing a small stream in Northern Italy became one of ancient historys most pivotal events, for from it sprang the Roman Empire

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Vercingetorix surrendering to Julius Caesar

Vercingetorix surrendering to Julius Caesar
Illustration of a Vercingetorix surrendering to Julius Caesar

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Chariot race in ancient Rome

Chariot race in ancient Rome
Chariot race in the Circus Maximus of ancient Rome. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: A Coign of Vantage, 1895 (oil on canvas)

A Coign of Vantage, 1895 (oil on canvas)
RA10793 A Coign of Vantage, 1895 (oil on canvas) by Alma-Tadema, Lawrence (1836-1912); 64.2 x 45 cm cm; Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Arrival of Aeneas in Italy, the Dawn of the Roman Empire, (c1620-1680?). Artist: Claude Lorrain

Arrival of Aeneas in Italy, the Dawn of the Roman Empire, (c1620-1680?). Artist: Claude Lorrain
Arrival of Aeneas in Italy, the Dawn of the Roman Empire, (c1620-c1680?). Aeneas, hero of Troy, son of Anchises and Aphrodite (Venus)

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Germany and the northern provinces of the roman empire map 1895

Germany and the northern provinces of the roman empire map 1895
Encyclopedia Britannica 9th Edition Vol I New York, Samuel Hall 1878

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Antikythera mechanism, artwork C017 / 7190

Antikythera mechanism, artwork C017 / 7190
Antikythera mechanism, artwork. This early form of mechanical calculator was found circa 1900 in a 1st-century BC Roman shipwreck

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Historic, Sculpture

Historic, Sculpture
Antinous (110-130). Member of the Roman Emperor Hadrians entourage, to whom he was beloved. Bust. Marble. Dated 130-138. Found in Patras. National Archaeological Museum. Athens, Greece

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Red mullets and ducks, Roman mosaic

Red mullets and ducks, Roman mosaic. Mosaics consist of small pieces of coloured glass or stone, used to form an image or pattern on a floor or wall

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Doves on a drinking vessel, Roman mosaic

Doves on a drinking vessel, Roman mosaic. Mosaics consist of small pieces of coloured glass or stone, used to form an image or pattern on a floor or wall

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Roman memento mori mosaic

Roman memento mori mosaic. Mosaics consist of small pieces of coloured glass or stone, used to form an image or pattern on a floor or wall

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: A trireme, used by the ancient Greeks and Romans

A trireme, used by the ancient Greeks and Romans
A trireme, with three banks of oars, used by the ancient Greeks and Romans. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Hair styles of Roman ladies

Hair styles of Roman ladies
Hair styles of ladies in ancient Rome. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: 'Les fouilles a Pompei, Italie'(The excavations at Pompeii

"Les fouilles a Pompei, Italie"(The excavations at Pompeii
FIA5405582 " Les fouilles a Pompei, Italie" (The excavations at Pompeii, Italy) Peinture de Filippo Palizzi (1818-1899) 19eme siecle Collection privee by Palizzi

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Gaul in the time of Julius Caesar, published in 1867

Gaul in the time of Julius Caesar, published in 1867
Gaul in the time of Roman politican Gaius Iulius Caesar (100 - 44 BC). Steel engraving with hand-colored borderlines and Latin legend, published in 1867

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Monumental Arch, Palmyra, Syria

Monumental Arch, Palmyra, Syria
Sunset at the Unesco World heritage Site. Before the Syrian conflict started in 2011, more than 150, 000 tourists visited the city of Palmyra every year

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Mosaic of Nine Muses, from Augusta Treverorum (Trier)

Mosaic of Nine Muses, from Augusta Treverorum (Trier)
Gallo-Roman civilization, 3rd-4th century - Mosaic of the Nine Muses, from Augusta Treverorum (Trier)

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Portrait of baker Terentius Neo and his wife in formal clothes from Italy, Campania, Pompeii

Portrait of baker Terentius Neo and his wife in formal clothes from Italy, Campania, Pompeii, 55-79 A. D
Roman civilization, 1st century A.D. Portrait of baker Terentius Neo and his wife in formal clothes, 55-79 A.D. painting on plaster, 65x58 cm. From Pompei

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Head of Vibia Sabina, wife of Hadrian, Roman civilization, 2nd century a. d

Head of Vibia Sabina, wife of Hadrian, Roman civilization, 2nd century a. d
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Head of Vibia Sabina, wife of Hadrian

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: The Pantheon, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe

The Pantheon, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: The Continence of Scipio, c. 1706 (oil on canvas)

The Continence of Scipio, c. 1706 (oil on canvas)
5860855 The Continence of Scipio, c.1706 (oil on canvas) by Ricci, Sebastiano (1658-1734); 140--182 cm; The Art Institute of Chicago, IL

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Map of England, Britannia Antiqua, from The Atlas of Ancient Geography

Map of England, Britannia Antiqua, from The Atlas of Ancient Geography
KW288091 Map of England, Britannia Antiqua, from The Atlas of Ancient Geography, by Samuel Butler, published in London, c.1829 (colour litho) by English School

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Piazza della Rotonda and The Pantheon, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe

Piazza della Rotonda and The Pantheon, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Garden. Fresco from The House of the Golden Bracelet (Casa del Bracciale d Oro), 1st H

Garden. Fresco from The House of the Golden Bracelet (Casa del Bracciale d Oro), 1st H. 1st cen. AD. Found in the Collection of Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Untitled (Ruins of Roman Forum), c. 1867. Creator: Robert MacPherson

Untitled (Ruins of Roman Forum), c. 1867. Creator: Robert MacPherson
Untitled (Ruins of Roman Forum), c. 1867. A work made of albumen print

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: The Ides of March, 1883. Creator: Edward John Poynter

The Ides of March, 1883. Creator: Edward John Poynter
The Ides of March, 1883. The persistent warnings given to Julius Caesar by the augurs as to the fatefulness of " The Ides of March" for him

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Bust of Hannibal Barca

Bust of Hannibal Barca. Found in the collection of State A. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Spain, Merida, Mithraic Cronus (Saturn), from the excavations of the bullring in 1902

Spain, Merida, Mithraic Cronus (Saturn), from the excavations of the bullring in 1902 2nd Century A.D. Museo Nacional De Arte Romano (National Museum of Roman Art), Hispanic-Roman art

Background imageAncient Rome Collection: Marcus Curtius, from the series The Roman Heroes, 1586. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius

Marcus Curtius, from the series The Roman Heroes, 1586. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius
Marcus Curtius, from the series The Roman Heroes, 1586



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Step back in time and explore the wonders of Ancient Rome. From the vast Roman Empire to its intricate city layout, this antique map takes us on a journey through history. Marvel at the grandeur with its impressive architecture and bustling streets depicted on this captivating map. Delve into the rich culture and mythology of Rome as you admire the stunning Roman seafood mosaic. This intricate artwork showcases not only their culinary delights but also their appreciation for beauty in everyday life. The presence of Janus, the two-faced Roman god symbolizing beginnings and endings, reminds us of their belief in duality. Immerse yourself in one of history's most significant battles with a glimpse at the Battle of Cannae plan from 216 BC. Witness how strategic planning played a crucial role in shaping empires during that era. Explore Europe under Roman rule through another detailed map, highlighting their extensive territorial reach and influence. Travel back to an era defined by conflict as you observe the clash between the Roman Republic and Carthage during the Second Punic War (218-201 BC). These maps offer insight into how these powerful civilizations fought for dominance over land and resources. Discover Dionysus, or Bacchus, seated regally on his throne—a testament to Rome's fascination with Greek mythology. This statue represents their admiration for artistry while paying homage to deities believed to govern various aspects of life. Reflect upon mortality with a poignant memento mori mosaic—an artistic reminder that death is inevitable even amidst opulence. Such artworks served as reminders for Romans to live fully each day while acknowledging life's impermanence. Lastly, explore Italy's ancient landscapes through historical maps—tracing Italy's evolution throughout different periods within ancient times offers glimpses into its diverse cultures before unification. Marvel at Asclepius' statue—the revered god associated with healing—as it stands tall among other artifacts representing Rome's reverence for medicine and well-being.