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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 s [+]

Prometheus models the first man
White marble. Ca. 185
Roman Sculptor
Prometheus models the first man
White marble. Ca. 185
Roman Sculptor

This fragment of a Roman sarcophagus depicts the Titan, Prometheus, modelling a statue of a nude youth. Minerva touches its head with a butterfly (psyche in Greek, meaning soul), bringing it to life. [+]

The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor
The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor

The four reliefs of Bacchantes (E00042, E00043, E00045 y E00046) are Roman copies of Greek originals made in Athens in the late fifth-century B.C. to adorn a monument to Dionysius, or related with the [+]

The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor
The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor

The four reliefs of Bacchantes (E00042, E00043, E00045 y E00046) are Roman copies of Greek originals made in Athens in the late fifth-century B.C. to adorn a monument to Dionysius, or related with the [+]

Athena Parthenos
Marble. 130 - 150
Roman Sculptor
Athena Parthenos
Marble. 130 - 150
Roman Sculptor

A miniature Roman reproduction of the famous statue that Phidias made for the Parthenon in Athens between 447 and 438 B.C. The original was about eleven meters in height and was of gold and ivory. The [+]

Dionysiac Party
Marble. 50 A.C. - 25 a.C.
Roman Sculptor
Dionysiac Party
Marble. 50 A.C. - 25 a.C.
Roman Sculptor

Queen Christina of Sweden’s famous puteal is not a parapet (puteal in Latin), but an altar from the garden of a Roman villa (the top is currently missing). The different scenes of the relief show seve [+]

Apotheosis of Claudius
White marble. I century
Calamech, Andrea (Also Called Calamecca); Roman Sculptor
Apotheosis of Claudius
White marble. I century
Calamech, Andrea (Also Called Calamecca); Roman Sculptor

The eagle and weapons are part of a funerary monument from the period of Emperor Augustus (27 B.C.-14 A.D.). This sculpture was found with many other works in the country villa of Marcus Valerius Mess [+]

Pilaster with Tendrils and Birds
Marble. 5 - 15
Roman Sculptor
Pilaster with Tendrils and Birds
Marble. 5 - 15
Roman Sculptor

In the relief there is a remarkable combination of different types of plants, acanthus tendrils which end in rose flowers and tendrils with lancet-shaped leaves and fruits, emphasize the truly fantast [+]

Bull in high relief
White marble. 20 A.C. - 60
Roman Sculptor
Bull in high relief
White marble. 20 A.C. - 60
Roman Sculptor

Represented in high relief at half life-size, this bull trots to the right in front of a thin wall that offers additional support to his legs. His scapulae are realistically rendered, as are his hip j [+]

Antinous
White carrara marble. 131 - 132
Roman Sculptor
Antinous
White carrara marble. 131 - 132
Roman Sculptor

A Roman work datable from just after the death of Antinuous (130 A. D.), when his friend, the Emperor Hadrian, ordered that he be worshiped as a divinity. Thus, portraits of this young favorite became [+]

The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor
The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor

The four reliefs of Bacchantes (E00042, E00043, E00045 y E00046) are Roman copies of Greek originals made in Athens in the late fifth-century B.C. to adorn a monument to Dionysius, or related with the [+]

The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor
The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor

The four reliefs of Bacchantes (E00042, E00043, E00045 y E00046) are Roman copies of Greek originals made in Athens in the late fifth-century B.C. to adorn a monument to Dionysius, or related with the [+]

Krater with reliefs of a Centaur Fighting
White marble, Italian marble. Ca. 50 a.C.
Roman Sculptor
Krater with reliefs of a Centaur Fighting
White marble, Italian marble. Ca. 50 a.C.
Roman Sculptor

The central part of a late Hellenistic marble krater. The receptacle has high reliefs which show the mythical fight of the lapiths against the centaurs, understood in the fifth century B. C. as a symb [+]

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