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Bronze head known as Seneca artefact uncovered in Villa dei

Bronze head known as Seneca artefact uncovered in Villa dei

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Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the

Head known as Di Seneca, artifact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni, Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilization, 1st century.

Seneca, roman bronze head uncovered from the Villa of the Papyri, Herculaneum. Museo

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Bronze male head. Roman, c. 1st century B.C. - 1st century A.D.

Bronze steelyard weight: heads of Zeus Ammon and Hera, back to back. The

Head known as Di Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni, Herculaneum, Campania

Le danzatrici della villa dei Papiri

From tablinum of villa dei Papiri, Herculaneum

Detail of a bronze runner or athlete from the Villa of Papyrus, Herculaneum

Bronze Herculanum

Man ("Brutus Capitolinus") - detail, Roman bust (bronze),

Roman bronze balsamarium in the form of the head of bearded Hercules with the lions skalp

Roman bronze bust of Thespian from the Villa dei Papyri, Herculaneum. National Archaeological Museum

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st ce…

Bronze Statue from Villa dei Papiri, Herculaneum | Pompeii, Roman and Ancient art

Bronze portrait of a philosopher recovered from the Antikythera shipwreck (crafted circa 240 BC)

Villa dei Papiri, Herculaneum 64 Bronze bust of Doryphoros. From the Square Peristyle of the Villa dei Papiri (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum.

They are the Herculaneum Villa dei Papiri bronze Athletes, 28 BC, copies of originals dating to the fourth century BC.

Estatua de broce de Apolo . Procedente del Templo de Apolo . Pompeya ./

absurdlakefront: Bronze Head of the Emperor HadrianThe British Museum

Villa dei Papiri, Herculaneum 32 Bunst of an Ephebe. From the Villa dei Papiri (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum.

Roman Bronze head of a woman, Augustan or Julio-Claudian, 1st century BC

Bust of Artemis? (Bust of Sapho? After Greek original of the century BCE. Height 50 cm, height of head 30 cm.

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st ce…

Head No. 2, Henry Moore (Castleford, 1889-1986, Much Hadham

An Exceptional Late Hellenistic Bronze Head of a Young Man 2 nd-1st BC

Thracian Bronze Head of Seuthes III, Late 4th-Early 3rd Century BC

https://flic.kr/p/wmeWvP | A Magnificent Roman Bronze

Head of Herakles, 3rd-2nd Centuries BC Greece, Hellenistic period bronze filled with

Tiziano Aspetti (1565-1607) Mars c. 1590 bronze 500.jpg (

The bronze boxer, a Hellenistic sculpture found in Rome in 1885 near the constantinian baths

Bronze bust of god Jupiter. Roman copy century CE) after Greek original half of the century BCE)

Bronze portrait head of Ptolemy of Mauretania Roman early Julio-Claudian 5-20 CE...Greco-Roman African

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Roman period Head of Apollo, made of bronze with gilding. Found in

460 - 450 B.C./ Riace Bronze warrior(s), rediscovered in 1972,

Peplófora de bronce de la Villa dei Papiri en Herculano. One of five of the so-called 'Dancers of Herculaneum' - statues of women wearing the Doric peplos, ...

Bust of Seneca Bronze sculpture Roman copy after a Greek original c200 BC from the Villa. ED. Editorial use only. Head known as Di Seneca artefact uncovered ...

Seneca the Younger Roman philosopher and critic Bronze bust Naples Museo Archeologico Nazionale

Portrait of a Man. Roman, Augustan, 27 BCE-14 CE. A

Renda, Giuseppe 1859 Polistena - 1939 Neapel Tanzender Knabe. Bronze. Signiert. Bezeichnet: Napoli. H 36 cm | галим | Pinterest

Bronze bust of an unknown woman, from the Villa dei Papyri, Herculaneum

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st ce…

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st ce…

Last quarter of the 1st century BC Bronze.

This bust of an older woman was depicted with great detail; it proves that hairstyles of revered women in the early Imperial period were sometimes more ...

The fantastic ancient Greek sculpture of Apoxiomen ( Croatian Apoxiomenos ) , IV B.C. , from

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st ce…

Head of a Young Man; Etruscan; Bronze sculpture, circa 330 BC

Archeologia Calabria, Hipponion, Vibo Valentia, testa di kore, V secolo a.C. Archeologia Calabria, Hipponion, Vibo Valentia, testa in terracotta di kore con ...

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st ce…

Bronze

Bronze head, ca. 150 BCE - 138. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st ce…

Villa of the Papiri in Herculaneum-The "Runner" signified the competitive athlete during ancient times. Made of bronze, with eyes of ivory, and lapis for ...

"Seneca", bronze with inlaid eyes, Roman, 1st century CE. Found in the Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum. While commonly called Seneca that is onl…

Bust believed to be of Cleopatra VII, Altes Museum, Berlin

Pseudo Seneca (Aristofane?)

Danzatrici

Seneca The Younger Photos – Pictures of Seneca The Younger | Getty Images

Statue of dancers from the peristyle.

Marble head of Germanicus (15BC-AD19) Roman. Germanicus was the son of Antonia Minor and grandson of..., Stock Photo, Picture And Rights Managed Image. Pic.

Girl's head in bronze, artefact from Augustan age uncovered in Velleia, Emilia-Romagna

Girl's head in bronze, artefact from Augustan age uncovered in Velleia, Emilia-Romagna

The Pseudo-Seneca in the 19th century (Giacomo Brogi)

Socalled bust of Seneca 16111612 detail from The Four Philosophers by Peter Paul Rubens oil on

Dioniso

Bronze portrait of the Emperor Trajan (98-117 AD), artefact uncovered in

Colossal marble head of a satyr, artefact uncovered in Miletus, Turkey. Roman Civilisation, 2nd century. Izmir, Izmir Arkeoloji Muzesi

The Villa of the Papyri (Italian: Villa dei Papiri, also known as Villa dei Pisoni), is named after its unique library of papyri (or scrolls), ...

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Pseudo Saffo

Busto di c.d. saffo, da villa papiri ercolano, copia romana da orig. del

Bust of Ptolemy Apion.

Stock Photo - Bronze head of a female. Etruscan civilization, 450 Century BC. Paris, Musée Du Louvre

Satiro ebbro

The diorite Head of Hammurabi, artefact from Susa or Shush, Iran. Babylonian civilisation, 2nd Millennium BC. Paris, Musée Du Louvre

Dorifono

Bronze head of a youth, front view, bronze from Ariccia (Lazio ). Etruscan civilization, 480 BC. Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (Archaeologicalan.

From Villa of Livia at Prima Porta, near Rome, C 20BC. Augustus raises his right arm in the gesture of a general addressing his troo.

Bronze Dionysus, 117-138 AD, detail, copy of a 4th century BC original, the Woburn Abbey type Dionysus. Roman civilization, early Imperial Age. Rome,.

Stock Photo - Male bust, statue from Saqqara. Detail. Egyptian Civilisation, Old Kingdom, Dynasty V. Cairo, Egyptian Museum

A bronze head of Hadrian found in London (British Museum)

Hellenistic stone sculpture in the courtyard of Villa Stuck, Bogenhausen quarter, Munich, Bavaria

Roman art Imperial Age Marble head of philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca at Villa Pisoni Ercolano

Marble head of young male figure with a hairband. AD 1-25. A

Gold bust of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. Roman Civilisation, 2nd century. Avenches, Musée Romain (Archaeological Museum)

Colossal marble head of a prince of the Julio-Claudian family, artefact uncovered in Stratonicea, Turkey. Roman Civilisation, 1st century. Izmir, Izm..

Head of Doryphoros excavated at the Villa of the Papyri.

Stock Photo - Head of a Satyr, sculpture in white marble. Roman civilization, 2nd-1st Century BC Alessandria, Museo Civico (Art And History Museum)

Male head in marble, artifact from a tomb of Virunum, Magdalensberg, Austria. Roman Civilisation. Magdalensberg

Etruscan civilization, 3th century b.C. Bronze statue depicting a haruspex (priest in ancient Rome). Rome, Museo Nazionale Etrusco Di Villa Giulia (V..

Tolomeo

HNI-1936 #09252-53 Copia Female head Cornucopiea Semis

Bronze and copper portrait of a poet, "The Arundel Head" 200-1 BCE Smyrna, Turkey. Photographed at. The British Museum by Mary Harrsch © 2006

I Cerbiatti

Hellenistic stone sculpture in the courtyard of Villa Stuck, Bogenhausen quarter, Munich, Bavaria

Fictile bust of Zeus, from Erice, Sicily, Italy. Magna Graecia civilization, 5th century BC. Erice, Museo Civico Antonio Cordici (Art Museum)