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A ROMAN MARBLE PORTRAIT HEAD OF THE EMPRESS AGRIPPINA MINOR  CIRCA 50 A.D.

A Roman marble portrait head of the Empress Agrippina Minor, circa 50 A.

Agrippina Minor,fourth wife of Claudius,mother of Nero

Agrippina the Younger. A Milan, Civic Archaeological Museum

Agrippina I detail  Portrait of Agrippina I (Julia Vipsania Agrippina). Daughter of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Julia the Elder; granddaughter of Augustus, wife of Germanicus, mother of Caligula, grandmother of Nero. Wearing a tunic and mantle. From Tindari (ME), Sicily.

Agrippina I Portrait of Agrippina I (Julia Vipsania Agrippina). Daughter of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Julia the Elder; granddaughter of Augustus, wife of Germanicus, mother of Caligula, grandmother of Nero. Wearing a tunic and mantle.

Gaius Marius, Roman General And Politician.

Gaius Marius, Staatsmann u. bis 86 v.

Archaeological Museum, Athens - Roman head of a woman- Photo by Giovanni Dall'Orto

Archaeological Museum, Athens - Roman head of a woman- Photo by Giovanni Dall'Orto

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Portrait bust of a woman, 200–230 A.D.; Severan Roman Marble H. 25.62 in. (65.07 cm)

Portrait bust of a woman, A. Severan Roman Marble H.

Ritratto di Minatia Pollia, età giulio claudia - 40 d. C. circa - Museo Nazionale Romano (Terme di Diocleziano)

40 CE) Portrait of "Minatia Polla"

Poppaea Sabina (30-65), Empress of Rome

Poppaea Augusta Sabina — Roman Empress (the second wife of the Emperor Nero).

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Vibia Sabina (83–136/137) was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian. She married Hadrian in 100.

Vibia Sabina was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian. She married Hadrian in

Grupo funerario de Catón y Porcia. Mármol. S. II a.C. Museos Vaticanos. Roma. ARTE TORREHERBEROS: LOS ORÍGENES DEL RETRATO ROMANO. EL RETRATO REPUBLICANO

Porcia and Cato, portrait of a Roman couple, c. first century BCE Roman portrait captures the calm gravity and dignity of the patrician couple. served one purpose: they were portraits to be honored with reverence and respect.

Woman, Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD, (Ny Carslberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen).

Roman marble bust of a woman, century AD, (Ny Carslberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen).

Roman, Trajanic Portrait head of a woman, 98–117CE. Bronze with silver inlay.

Portrait Head of a Woman -- CE -- Roman, Trajanic -- Bronze w/ silver inlay -- Princeton University Art Museum

Agrippina the Younger, sister of Emperor Caligula, mother of Emperor Nero, wife of Emperor Claudius, head of Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD (head), (bust 18th c.), (Museum of Art of the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence).

Agrippina the Younger Agrippina the Younger, original head of Parian marble, ca. Draped bust dating to century. Wife of Claudius, mother of Nero. Identified as Drusilla by Fuchs Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) museum.

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