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Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Roman Empire at its height under emperor Trajan 117 AD

Roman Empire at its height under emperor Trajan 117 AD
Map of ancient rome The Roman Empire at its height Emperor Trajan (ruled 98 - 117 AD) was Romes most expansionist ruler, his death marking the high water mark of Romes size

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546). German religious reformer. Luther defends himself before Holy Roman

MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546). German religious reformer. Luther defends himself before Holy Roman Emperor Charles V at the Diet in Worms, 17-18 April 1521. Line engraving, 19th century

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Bust of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)

Bust of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)
Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD). Roman emperor. Roman bust. Marble. From Kandilli, Lamunia (Bozhoyuk). Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageRoman emperors 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 imageRoman emperors Collection: Cross of Lothair II. Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Germany

Cross of Lothair II. Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Germany
Cross of the Emperor Lothair II (835-869). 11th century. Gold and precious gems. Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Germany

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Augustus Prima Porta. Vatican Museums

Augustus Prima Porta. Vatican Museums
Augustus (61 BC-14 AD). First roman emperor. Marble statue of Augustus of Prima Porta. (1st century) in the role of commander of the army. Vatican Museums. Vatican City State

Background imageRoman emperors 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 emperors 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 emperors 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 emperors 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 imageRoman emperors Collection: Justinian, Byzantine emperor

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

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Frederick I Barbarossa Holy Roman Emperor

Frederick I Barbarossa Holy Roman Emperor
Frederick I Barbarossa (1122-1190), King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor. Born in Swabia in southern Germany, Frederick succeeded his father as Duke in 1147

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Charlemagne - the first Holy Roman Emperor, published in 1868

Charlemagne - the first Holy Roman Emperor, published in 1868
Charlemagne (Charles the Great, Latin: Carolus Magnus, possibly 742 - 814), King of the Franks from 768 on and Emperor of the Romans (Imperator Romanorum) from 800 to his death in 814

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy

Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy
Roman Art. Arch of Titus. Erected in the year 81 to commemorate the conquest of Titus against the Jews. It features carved scenes of the conquest and subsequent destruction of Jerusalem (AD 70)

Background imageRoman emperors 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 emperors 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 emperors Collection: Palace of the Emperor Tiberius, Capri, Italy

Palace of the Emperor Tiberius, Capri, Italy
View of the Palace, the Villa Jovis, on the isle of Capri, where the Roman Emperor Tiberius spent the last years of his life (reconstruction). Date: 27-37

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Christ, Holy Roman Emperor Otto II, and Empress Theophano. Ivory, 10th century

Christ, Holy Roman Emperor Otto II, and Empress Theophano. Ivory, 10th century
BYZANTINE ART. Christ, Holy Roman Emperor Otto II, and Empress Theophano. Ivory, 10th century

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Theodosius I - Bust

Theodosius I - Bust
EMPEROR THEODOSIUS I at first Emperor in the East, later in the West also : the last to rule the entire Roman Empire

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: The Favourites of the Emperor Honorius, 1883. Artist: Waterhouse, John William (1849-1917)

The Favourites of the Emperor Honorius, 1883. Artist: Waterhouse, John William (1849-1917)
The Favourites of the Emperor Honorius, 1883. Found in the collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: NICAEA COUNCIL, 325 A. D. The 1st Ecumenical Council, convoked by Emperor Constantine

NICAEA COUNCIL, 325 A. D. The 1st Ecumenical Council, convoked by Emperor Constantine, in Nicaea (modern Iznik)
NICAEA COUNCIL, 325 A.D. The 1st Ecumenical Council, convoked by Emperor Constantine, in Nicaea (modern Iznik, Turkey), in 325 A.D. Wood engraving, 19th century

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: The Roman Emperor Caligula entertaining his favourite horse, Incitatus, at supper (engraving)

The Roman Emperor Caligula entertaining his favourite horse, Incitatus, at supper (engraving)
7148832 The Roman Emperor Caligula entertaining his favourite horse, Incitatus, at supper (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Titus (39-81 AD). Roman Emperor. Bust. Marble

Titus (39-81 AD). Roman Emperor. Bust. Marble
Titus (39-81 AD). Roman Emperor. Flavian dynasty. Bust. Marble. 70-80 AD. From Utica, near Carthage. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Vespasian, Roman emperor

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

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: The Emperor Tiberius. 1st half 1st c. Roman art

The Emperor Tiberius. 1st half 1st c. Roman art. Early Empire. Sculpture on marble. FRANCE. Paris. Louvre Museum. Proc: ITALY. Rome

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: CHARLEMAGNE (742-814). King of the Franks, 768-814, and Emperor of the West, 800-814

CHARLEMAGNE (742-814). King of the Franks, 768-814, and Emperor of the West, 800-814. Wood engraving, German, 19th century, after a painting, c1512, by Albrecht Durer

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: JULIUS CAESAR (100-44 B. C. ). Roman general and statesman. Caesar refusing the crown offered by

JULIUS CAESAR (100-44 B. C. ). Roman general and statesman. Caesar refusing the crown offered by Marc Antony, 44 B. C
JULIUS CAESAR (100-44 B.C.). Roman general and statesman. Caesar refusing the crown offered by Marc Antony, 44 B.C. Line engraving, late 19th century

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: The foundation of Constantinople by Emperor Constantinople the great who transferred the imperiale

The foundation of Constantinople by Emperor Constantinople the great who transferred the imperiale capital to
ELD4886070 The foundation of Constantinople by Emperor Constantinople the great who transferred the imperiale capital to Byzantium, which he renamed Constantinople

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: The Empire of Charlemagne (742-814) from Le Nouveau Theatre du Monde

The Empire of Charlemagne (742-814) from Le Nouveau Theatre du Monde
CHT165851 The Empire of Charlemagne (742-814) from Le Nouveau Theatre du Monde, 1639 (coloured engraving) by Hondius, Hendrik I (1573-p.1649); Archives du Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres, Paris

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Portrait of the Roman Emperor Domitian (Titus flavius domitianus) (51-96

Portrait of the Roman Emperor Domitian (Titus flavius domitianus) (51-96
JLJ4585783 Portrait of the Roman Emperor Domitian (Titus flavius domitianus) (51-96) Painting by Domenico Fetti (1589-1623) 17th century Sun

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Roman art: statue of Emperor Augustus (CESARE AUGUSTO) (63 BC-14 AD) 1st century

Roman art: statue of Emperor Augustus (CESARE AUGUSTO) (63 BC-14 AD) 1st century
JLJ4682957 Roman art: statue of Emperor Augustus (CESARE AUGUSTO) (63 BC-14 AD) 1st century. From Velletri. Paris, Louvre Museum by Roman, (1st century AD); Louvre, Paris

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Portrait bust of the emperor Gaius, known as Caligula, 37-41 AD (marble)

Portrait bust of the emperor Gaius, known as Caligula, 37-41 AD (marble)
3614027 Portrait bust of the emperor Gaius, known as Caligula, 37-41 AD (marble) by Roman; 50.8 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Marble head of Neron (Nero Claudius Caesar augustus Germanicus) (37-68 AD) Rome

Marble head of Neron (Nero Claudius Caesar augustus Germanicus) (37-68 AD) Rome
LRI4625210 Marble head of Neron (Nero Claudius Caesar augustus Germanicus) (37-68 AD) Rome, Museo Nazionale Romano - Bust of Emperor Nero (Nero Claudius Caesar augustus Germanicus) (37-68 AD)

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Sign of the Zodiac: The lion. The deity Artemis of Ephese, c. 1520 (fresco)

Sign of the Zodiac: The lion. The deity Artemis of Ephese, c. 1520 (fresco)
LRI4687448 Sign of the Zodiac: The lion. The deity Artemis of Ephese, c.1520 (fresco) by Falconetto, Giovanni Maria (1468-1535); Palazzo d Arco, Mantua

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Roman art: marble statue of Emperor Tibere (Tiberio Claudio Nerone, 42 BC-37 AD)

Roman art: marble statue of Emperor Tibere (Tiberio Claudio Nerone, 42 BC-37 AD)
JLJ4654186 Roman art: marble statue of Emperor Tibere (Tiberio Claudio Nerone, 42 BC-37 AD), Roman emperor. Sun 2 m. Paris, Louvre Museum by Roman

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: HENRY IV (1050-1106). King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1056-1106

HENRY IV (1050-1106). King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1056-1106. Illuminations from the 12th century chronicle of Otto of Freising showing, at top, Emperor Henry IV and his anti-pope

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: HENRY IV (1050-1106). King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1056-1106

HENRY IV (1050-1106). King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1056-1106. Copper engraving, French, 18th century

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: MARCUS AURELIUS (121-180). Roman emperor, 161-180. Roman equestrian statue

MARCUS AURELIUS (121-180). Roman emperor, 161-180. Roman equestrian statue, the only such remaining of a Roman emperor. Wood engraving, American, 19th century

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Hadrians Wall / Winshields

Hadrians Wall / Winshields
A view of a section of Hadrians Wall at Winshields. The wall marked the northern limits of the Roman Empire, and was ordered by the Emperor on a visit to Britain in AD122

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Publio Aelio Hadrian (76-138). Roman Emperor (117-138)

Publio Aelio Hadrian (76-138). Roman Emperor (117-138). Bust. Altemps Palace, Rome. Italy

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Roman legionary. Relief. 2nd century AD

Roman legionary. Relief. 2nd century AD
Relief depicting a roman legionary. Marble. 2nd century AD. From a triumphal arch of Emperor Trajan. Neues Museum (New Museum). Berlin. Germany

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: CONSTANTINE I (d. 337). Constantine the Great. Roman emperor, 306-337. Steel engraving, 19th century

CONSTANTINE I (d. 337). Constantine the Great. Roman emperor, 306-337. Steel engraving, 19th century

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Napoleon Meets Franz II

Napoleon Meets Franz II
After defeating him at AUSTERLITZ, Napoleon meets emperor Franz II near Saruschitz, agreeing terms which in effect bring the Holy Roman Empire to an end

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Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Roman emperor Valentinian I (print)

Roman emperor Valentinian I (print)
8920336 Roman emperor Valentinian I (print) by Wyssenbach, Rudolph (fl.c.1545-60); Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Austria; (add.info.: Valentinian I)

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: West Roman emperor Libius Severus (print)

West Roman emperor Libius Severus (print)
8920334 West Roman emperor Libius Severus (print) by Wyssenbach, Rudolph (fl.c.1545-60); Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Austria; (add.info.: Libius Severus)

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Roman emperor Constantine the Great (print)

Roman emperor Constantine the Great (print)
8920323 Roman emperor Constantine the Great (print) by Wyssenbach, Rudolph (fl.c.1545-60); Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Austria; (add.info.: Constantine the Great)

Background imageRoman emperors Collection: Roman emperor Licinius (print)

Roman emperor Licinius (print)
8920315 Roman emperor Licinius (print) by Wyssenbach, Rudolph (fl.c.1545-60); Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Austria; (add.info.: Licinius)



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