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Roman Empire Gallery

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Choose from 740 pictures in our Roman Empire collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Battle of Cannae plan, 216 BC Featured Print

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

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Emperor Augustus 27BC -AD14 Featured Print

Emperor Augustus 27BC -AD14

Statue known as :Augustus of Prima Porta”. Augustus was the first emperor of Rome.Not only was he emperor of the worlds greatest empire but also its religious leader. At home he ensured peace and stability throughout his long reign during which he carried out a programme of reconstruction and social reform. He created a standing army and vigorously expanded his empire with the aim of making Rome safe from the barbarians. He promoted his image throughout his empire by means of statues and coins. When he died he was declared a god by the senate

© Sheila Terry

Vespasian, Roman emperor Featured Print

Vespasian, Roman emperor

Vespasian (9 AD-79 AD), Roman emperor. Vespasian was the ninth emperor of the Roman Empire, ascending to power after a year of civil wars and ruling for nearly 10 years from 69 AD until his death. This artwork is from a 1691 Dutch edition of a collection of works by the Roman historian Suetonius, best known for his 121 AD work De Vita Caesarum (On the Life of the Caesars, or The Twelve Caesars'). The Latin text at bottom describes the emperor and names the engraver of this artwork as Joannes Schildius. The editor of the book was the German philologist Johannes G. Graevius (1622-1703)

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