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"Exploring the Magnificence of the Roman Empire: From Ancient Athens to Gladiatorial Combat" Step into history with an antique map of the Roman Empire

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Antique map of the Roman Empire

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

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: Detail of a mosaic of Pompei: Battle of Issos between Alexander and Darius (4th century BC)

Detail of a mosaic of Pompei: Battle of Issos between Alexander and Darius (4th century BC)
PCT4293559 Detail of a mosaic of Pompei: Battle of Issos between Alexander and Darius (4th century BC). - King Darius III Codoman (380-330 BC)

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: The Zoe Mosaic, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, 11th century CE (mosaic)

The Zoe Mosaic, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, 11th century CE (mosaic)
AIS5365865 The Zoe Mosaic, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, 11th century CE (mosaic) by Byzantine, (11th Century); Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: The Young Martyr (La Jeune Martyre), 1855

The Young Martyr (La Jeune Martyre), 1855. Found in the Collection of Musee du Louvre, Paris

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: Ancient Athens

Ancient Athens
Athens from the east, in the time of Hadrian. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: The Sack of Rome by Visigoths, 410, 1890. Artist: Sylvestre, Joseph-Noel (1847-1926)

The Sack of Rome by Visigoths, 410, 1890. Artist: Sylvestre, Joseph-Noel (1847-1926)
The Sack of Rome by Visigoths, 410, 1890. Found in the collection of Musee Paul Valery

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: Tower of Hercules (Torre de Hercules), A Coruna, Galicia, Spain, Europe

Tower of Hercules (Torre de Hercules), A Coruna, Galicia, Spain, Europe

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Roman Art: 'Spring'Flora (Flora) picking flowers

Roman Art: "Spring"Flora (Flora) picking flowers
LRI4625622 Roman Art: " Spring" Flora (Flora) picking flowers. fresco from the villa of Varano a Stabies (Stabiae), near Pompei. 15 BC-60 AD

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: ROME: YOUNG WOMAN. Young woman gathering flowers: Roman wall fresco, 1st century A. D

ROME: YOUNG WOMAN. Young woman gathering flowers: Roman wall fresco, 1st century A. D
ROME: YOUNG WOMAN. Young woman gathering flowers: Roman wall fresco, 1st century A.D

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: COUTURE: A ROMAN FEAST. Oil on canvas, 1843, by Thomas Couture

COUTURE: A ROMAN FEAST. Oil on canvas, 1843, by Thomas Couture

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Model of Ancient Rome (reenactment)

Model of Ancient Rome (reenactment)
GIA4811546 Model of Ancient Rome (reenactment) by Anonymous; Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy; eGiancarlo Costa; out of copyright

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Bronze head of Augustus, Roman, from Meroe, Sudan, c27-c25 BC

Bronze head of Augustus, Roman, from Meroe, Sudan, c27-c25 BC. This head once formed part of a statue of the emperor Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). From the British Museums collection

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: ROMAN GLADIATORS. Roman mosaic of a gladiatorial combat

ROMAN GLADIATORS. Roman mosaic of a gladiatorial combat

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: ROMAN EMPIRE: MAP OF ROME. Plan of Rome at the time of Augustus, first Roman emperor, 27 B. C

ROMAN EMPIRE: MAP OF ROME. Plan of Rome at the time of Augustus, first Roman emperor, 27 B. C. -14 A. D
ROMAN EMPIRE: MAP OF ROME. Plan of Rome at the time of Augustus, first Roman emperor, 27 B.C.-14 A.D

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Emperor Augustus 27BC -AD14

Emperor Augustus 27BC -AD14
Statue known as :Augustus of Prima PortaÔé¼. Augustus was the first emperor of Rome.Not only was he emperor of the worlds greatest empire but also its religious leader

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: MAP OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. From the 1595 atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum

MAP OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. From the 1595 atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, by Abraham Oertel, also known as Ortelius, featuring portraits of Roma, deity of ancient Rome, and Romulus

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: Justinian, Byzantine emperor

Justinian, Byzantine emperor
Byzantine emperor and his attendant. Antique hand-colored print

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: Roman Empire, circa 200 AD

Roman Empire, circa 200 AD
Map of the Roman Empire in the third century. Printed color lithograph of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: EARLY CHRISTIAN: CHRIST. Head of Christ, from the catacomb of St. Priscilla, Rome, Italy

EARLY CHRISTIAN: CHRIST. Head of Christ, from the catacomb of St. Priscilla, Rome, Italy. 2nd or 3rd century A. D
EARLY CHRISTIAN: CHRIST. Head of Christ, from the catacomb of St. Priscilla, Rome, Italy. 2nd or 3rd century A.D

Background imageRoman Empire 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 imageRoman Empire Collection: Bust of Hannibal Barca

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

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: FALL OF ROME, 476. Romulus Augustulus (b. 461?), last Roman emperor of the West

FALL OF ROME, 476. Romulus Augustulus (b. 461?), last Roman emperor of the West, deposed by Odoacer in 476
FALL OF ROME, 476. Romulus Augustulus (b.461?), last Roman emperor of the West, deposed by Odoacer in 476. Wood engraving, 19th century

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: CONSTANTINE CONVERSION. Conversion of Roman Emperor Constantine I (280)

CONSTANTINE CONVERSION. Conversion of Roman Emperor Constantine I (280?-337) at the Milvian Bridge in 312: steel engraving, American, 1869

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Roman villa

Roman villa
Villa of a wealthy citizen of ancient Rome. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: The Sleeping Hermaphrodite, copy after an original of the 2nd century BC

The Sleeping Hermaphrodite, copy after an original of the 2nd century BC, the mattress is an addition by Gian Lorenzo
PWI105675 The Sleeping Hermaphrodite, copy after an original of the 2nd century BC, the mattress is an addition by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) (marble) by Roman

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Decorations Nymphaeum Public Fountain Ancient Roman City Jerash Jordan

Decorations Nymphaeum Public Fountain Ancient Roman City Jerash Jordan
Nymphaeum Public Fountain, Ancient Roman City, Jerash, Jordan. Jerash came to power 300 BC to 100 AD and was a city through 600 AD. Famous Trading Center. Most original Roman City in the Middle East

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Visigoths and Romans defeating the Huns at Chalons

Visigoths and Romans defeating the Huns at Chalons
Thorismond proclaimed king of the Visigoths on the battlefield near Chalons after defeating Attila, 451 A.D. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Battle of Actium, 31 BC

Battle of Actium, 31 BC
Sea battle of Actium, in which Octavius defeated Antony and Cleopatra, 31 BC. Hand colored wodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: The Gracchi of ancient Rome

The Gracchi of ancient Rome
Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus, Roman tribunes known as The Gracchi, 2nd century BC. Digitally colored halftone reproduction of an illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Roman siege of a fortified city

Roman siege of a fortified city
Roman legions attacking a city to expand the Roman Empire. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Germanic invasion stopped at Fiesole, 406 AD

Germanic invasion stopped at Fiesole, 406 AD
Roman general Flavius Stilicho confronts Radagaisus, Ostrogoth leader, at Fiesole. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Plebians revolt, ancient Rome

Plebians revolt, ancient Rome
Revolt of the plebeians against the government of ancient Rome, 207 BC. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Ancient Roman oil lamp with Circus Maximus scene

Ancient Roman oil lamp with Circus Maximus scene
Ancient Roman lamp with a scene of a chariot race in the Circus Maximus. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Home in ancient Rome

Home in ancient Rome
Roman house, viewed from the atrium through the tablinumin to the peristyle and a garden. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Empire Collection: Forum Romanum in ancient Rome

Forum Romanum in ancient Rome
Procession in the Forum Romanum, ancient Rome. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration



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"Exploring the Magnificence of the Roman Empire: From Ancient Athens to Gladiatorial Combat" Step into history with an antique map of the Roman Empire, tracing its vast territories and influential reign. Witness the strategic Battle of Cannae in 216 BC, where Rome's military prowess was put to test. Marvel at the grandeur of Ancient Athens, a city that flourished under Roman rule. Delve deeper into Europe's landscape as it thrived under the dominion of this mighty empire through another detailed map. Behold Dionysus, or Bacchus, seated on his throne—a symbol of artistry and indulgence celebrated by Romans. Yet not all moments were triumphant; gaze upon "The Sack of Rome" in 410 AD by Visigoths—an event that marked a turning point in history. The haunting painting by Joseph-Noel Sylvestre captures both destruction and resilience. Discover daily life within these ancient walls through a fresco depicting a young woman gathering flowers—a glimpse into ordinary existence amidst extraordinary times. Join Thomas Couture's vivid depiction of a Roman feast on canvas—where opulence met revelry. Uncover one aspect synonymous with Rome—the gladiators who captivated audiences with their valorous combat—as depicted in an intricate mosaic. Lastly, witness Caesar leading his army across the Rubicon River—a decisive moment that forever changed Rome's political landscape. The Roman Empire remains an eternal testament to human ambition and achievement—its legacy etched in maps, artwork, and historical events that continue to inspire awe and fascination today.