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Young Roman, formerly identified as Domitian
White marble. Ca. 100
Roman Sculptor
Young Roman, formerly identified as Domitian
White marble. Ca. 100
Roman Sculptor

The refined features of this distinguished young man recall those of the Emperor Nerva (96-98 AD) and his hairstyle reflects that of the previous Emperor, Domitian (81-96 AD). But this head also has some individualised features. One of a series of the Twelve Emperors given by Pius V to Philip II in 1568, it is likely that at that time this portrait was considered to depict Domitian.

Roman Woman
White marble. 150 - 155
Roman Sculptor
Roman Woman
White marble. 150 - 155
Roman Sculptor

The portrait is of a mature, high-class lady with a serene and somewhat tired expression. Like many portraits of its era, it imitates the hairstyles adopted in the imperial household, in this case of Faustina the Elder (105-141 B. C.), wife of the emperor Antoninus Pius.

Trajan (?) in military costume
White marble. Ca. 100
Roman Sculptor
Trajan (?) in military costume
White marble. Ca. 100
Roman Sculptor

Originally, the statue was probably the effigy of the emperor Trajan (98-117 A. D.) as a general. The only ancient part of the sculpture is the torso covered with anatomical armour (thorax in Latin), adorned with the head of the Medusa and a trophy with two victories. The head, which copies a portrait of the era of Trajan, and the bottom part with the footwear, date from the seventeenth century an

The Athenian General Miltiades
Pentelic marble. Ca. 100
Roman Sculptor
The Athenian General Miltiades
Pentelic marble. Ca. 100
Roman Sculptor

Copia romana de un retrato ideal del general de las tropas áticas vencedor de los persas en Maratón, realizado h. 340 a.C. Milciades no está representado como un militar con casco, sino como político y ciudadano de Atenas. Datado hacia mediados del siglo IV a.C. por la similitud con el retrato de Platón, su retrato fue emplazado unos 140 años después de su muerte en el pritaneo de Atenas, junto co

Roman soldier, formerly identified as Otho
White marble. 105 - 115
Roman Sculptor
Roman soldier, formerly identified as Otho
White marble. 105 - 115
Roman Sculptor

The sitter is a young man with a robust face, a thick, clipped beard and curly hair typical of the Trajanic period. He wears a lunula: an amulet in the form of a crescent moon that protected him against spells cast on his weapons and against the evil eye. One of a series of the Twelve Emperors given by Pius V to Philip II in 1568, it is likely that at that time this portrait was considered to depi

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