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Porphyry and marble, 2nd century AD  Photographed at the National Archaeological Museum, Naples. From the Farnese collection.

Porphyry and marble, 2nd century AD Photographed at the National Archaeological Museum, Naples. From the Farnese collection.

Unknown empress, Roman statue (marble, porphyry), 2nd century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Unknown empress, Roman statue (marble, porphyry), 2nd century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Statue des Apollon Kitharoedus (Detail), aus der Casa del Citarista, Spätes 1. Jahrhundert v. Chr., nach 50 v. Chr.

Statue des Apollon Kitharoedus (Detail), aus der Casa del Citarista, Spätes Jahrhundert v. Chr., nach 50 v. Chr.

Minerva. Roman, 2nd Century AD; found on the Esquiline Hill in Rome. Helmet and bust by Carlo Albacini, 1783; from the collection of Charles Townley. Now in the British Museum

Minerva. Roman, 2nd Century AD; found on the Esquiline Hill in Rome. Helmet and bust by Carlo Albacini, 1783; from the collection of Charles Townley. Now in the British Museum

Zeus de Otricoli.- Museo Pio Clementino. VAT.-

Zeus ist der oberste olympische Gott der griechischen Mythologie und mächtiger als alle anderen griechischen Götter zusammen. Über ihm stand nur das personifizierte Schicksal – seine Töchter, die Moiren. Auch er hatte sich ihnen zu fügen.

An ancient Roman marble statue of the Egyptian goddess Isis; her garment is knotted with an 'Isis knot' and her headdress includes Hathor's cow horns enclosing a sun disc; she holds her attribute of a sistrum (only the handle remains) and a jug for sacred Nile water. (Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna)

KHM Bilddatenbank — KHM Bilddatenbank Statue: Isis Römisch, Mittlere Kaiserzeit Hälfte Jh. n. Chr. Marmor, schwarz und weiß

Athena (so-called “Athena Farnese”). Marble. Roman copy of a Greek original ca. 430 BCE (circle of Phidias). Inv. No. 6024. Naples, National Archaeological Museum

Athena (so-called “Athena Farnese”). Marble. Roman copy of a Greek original ca. 430 BCE (circle of Phidias). Inv. No. 6024. Naples, National Archaeological Museum

The statue is of a Kneeling Persian, made of pavonazzetto (known as breccia from Phrygia [Turkey]), his face and hands in nero antico (black and white marble),wearing a Phrygian cap. It celebrates the campaigns of Trajan from 113 A.D. which led to the annexing of Armenia and of nth Mesopotamia culminated in the conquest of Ctesiphon, capital of Parthia in 116 AD.  The statue may have been part of a single monument built on the Palatine Hill to celebrate the victories over the Parthians in 20…

The statue is of a Kneeling Persian, made of pavonazzetto (known as breccia from Phrygia [Turkey]), his face and hands in nero antico (black and white marble),wearing a Phrygian cap. It celebrates the campaigns of Trajan from 113 A.D. which led to the annexing of Armenia and of nth Mesopotamia culminated in the conquest of Ctesiphon, capital of Parthia in 116 AD. The statue may have been part of a single monument built on the Palatine Hill to celebrate the victories over the Parthians in 20…

YUNAN ŞARAP TANRISI Dionysus veya Dionysos hem Roma ve Yunan mitolojisinde Bacchus olarak da bilinir) Bazı mitolojik eserlerde ve ozellikle tragedyalarda Bromios, Euhios, Dithyrambos, İakkhos, İobakkhos olarak da adlandırılır. Çal'lı şarap tanrısı. Şarabın sadece sarhoş ediciliğini değil, sosyal ve faydalı etkilerini de temsil eder. Medeniyetin destekçisi ve barış aşığıdır.

YUNAN ŞARAP TANRISI Dionysus veya Dionysos hem Roma ve Yunan mitolojisinde Bacchus olarak da bilinir) Bazı mitolojik eserlerde ve ozellikle tragedyalarda Bromios, Euhios, Dithyrambos, İakkhos, İobakkhos olarak da adlandırılır. Çal'lı şarap tanrısı. Şarabın sadece sarhoş ediciliğini değil, sosyal ve faydalı etkilerini de temsil eder. Medeniyetin destekçisi ve barış aşığıdır.

Bronze statue of Hadrian, found at the Camp of the Sixth Roman Legion in Tel Shalem, 117–138 AD, Israel Museum, Jerusalem | da Following Hadrian

Bronze statue of Hadrian, found at the Camp of the Sixth Roman Legion in Tel Shalem, 117–138 AD, Israel Museum, Jerusalem | da Following Hadrian

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