OCULIST AND PATIENT. Bas-relief of an oculist treating the left eye of a woman. From a pilaster found in a Gallo-Roman settlement in Gaul. Below is another relief depicting a bandaged character, lying on a bed, behind which are three people. The name Mogounus in the inscription above could refer to an alternative name for the god Apollo.
Roman parade helmet Roman Empire, Middle Franconia, 2nd Century AD
Stele of Annaius Daverzus, miles of cohors IIII Delmatarum (CIL 13.7507). Early 1st century AD. Römerhalle Bad Kreuznach.
Statue of Apollo Kitharoedus (detail), from the Casa del Citarista, Late 1st century BC. Chr., After 50. Chr. , Naples National Archaeological Museum.
trampled (Anna Briggs) elephant stone roman tombstone carving
Funerary stele of Maria Auxesis; from the Via Labicana, Rome, Trajanic period (98-117 CE). The monument was dedicated by her friend and heir, Gaius Domitius Agathopus; he calls her his amica, a term usually indicating a mistress, though Maria Auxesis is portrayed in a severe style suitable for a married woman, with an elaborate hairstyle characteristic of the period.
Stele of T. Flavius Bassus, eques of the ala Noricum (CIL 13.8308). Late 1st century AD. Römisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne.
Roundel with frontal Gorgo´s head. Plus a separate framing disk. Roman Imperial Period, 3rd century A.D.
Estela de Vonatorix, jinete auxiliar del ala Longiniana. Hallada en Bonn. Éspérandieu 6292