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Imaginary portrait of Homer Roman Imperial 2nd century AD

Imaginary portrait of Homer Roman Imperial 2nd century AD


Imaginary portrait of Homer Roman, Imperial (2nd century AD?) Provenance: discovered

Imaginary portrait of Homer. Roman marble bust of a Greek original from the 4th century

Marble bust of ancient Greek poet Homer. Roman copy from the 2nd century AD after

An Ancient Roman Marble Head (200 to 300 Italy and England)

... Imperial Period (2nd century BCE). Homer.jpg

London England United Kingdom Great Britain Bloomsbury The British Museum human culture history interior gallery marble

Marble terminal bust of Homer Roman copy after a lost Hellenistic original 2nd centure BC From

Portrait of a philosopher, probably Democritus or perhaps Hermarchus | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Hellenistic statue claimed to depict Aesop, Art Collection of Villa Albani, Rome

Marble, Roman copy from the Imperial Era after the “Barberini Hera” type, 5th century BCE. / Photo by Marie-Lan Nguyen, Vatican Museums, ...

The bust was identified for a very long time with the Roman philosopher Seneca the Younger

Marble bust of ancient Greek poet Homer. Roman copy from the 2nd century AD after

Portrait Bust of Homer (Greek poet C.

Researchers demonstrate the process of applying color to the Treu Head, from a Roman sculpture of a goddess, made in the second century A.D. Ancient ...

Bust of Homer

Colossal portrait head of Hadrian. From Athens, Agora AD 130 – 140. Athens, National Archaeological Museum – inv. 632

Roman Art. Imperial Period. Epicurus (c. 341-270 b.C.).


Head of Aphrodite. Roman Provincial Imperial Period 3rd century A.D.

image [Full Size]. Fig. 90. Homer. Roman copy of the second century A.D. ...

Rembrandt, Aristotle with a Bust of Homer, 1653, oil on canvas, 143.5

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Head of Aphrodite. Greek or Roman

The portrait of Hadrian in the centre is a fragmentary head found in the 19th century in the Agora of Athens. This sculpture was created by a distinguished ...

A look at how Egypt interacted with the Greek and Roman worlds is the first of several shows at the Getty that will look at the classical world's ...

A second century AD Roman copy of a Greek bust of Herodotus from the first half of the fourth century BC

Homer's medium is imagined here as writerly, not performative, but such historical inaccuracies do not bother me. After all, the artist imagines Homeric ...

Artemis as a huntress, Classical sculpture; in the Louvre, Paris.

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Philip II of Macedon

Emily Wilson on Translations and Language (Ep. 63) – Conversations with Tyler – Medium

Unknown, Portrait of a Strategos (So-Called Alkibiades), Roman, 1st–2nd century A.D., Marble, 30 cm (11 13/16 in.), 75.AA.51.

Greek Culture in the Roman World: Homer in Stone: The Tabulae Iliacae in their Roman Context

... along with the earliest Greek colonies in Italy and the first Greek alphabetic writing. Most scholars date the writing down of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey ...

The anxious-looking philosopher helped Romans cope with their own anxieties. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Italy.

Marble statue of a wounded Amazon, Roman, imperial period, 1st-2nd century AD. Copy of a Greek statue ca. 450 BC Wikimedia images

Homer (click to see larger image)

Greek literature

From dragons to unicorns: finding fantastic beasts in ancient history

Julia Augusti: The Emperor's Daughter


Figure 7.6: Statue of Athenais from the nymphaeum of Herodes Atticus in Olympia (small Herculaneum woman type), around the middle of the second century AD, ...

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Achilles and Anchises dicing (click to see larger image)

Head of Aphrodite. Roman Imperial Period ...


This imaginary portrait of MGA comes from the Pantropheon (1853), a history of food by 19th century French chef Alexis Soyer.

Sarcophagus with scene from Iliad (2nd century), Roman sculpture, Archaeological museum,

Greek Culture in the Roman World: Women and Visual Replication in Roman Imperial Art and

During the 1st to 3rd century AD in Egypt, painted panel portraits (more commonly referred to as Fayoum or Fayum portraits) were bandaged over the heads of ...

Amazon.com: The Greatest Empire: A Life of Seneca (9780190939533): Emily Wilson: Books

Portrait bust of Homer. Roman copy of a Hellenistic original. (BM 1825).

The rich Greek aristocrat and sophist Herodes Atticus (Inv. 435) and the emperor philosopher Marcus Aurelius (Inv. 572).

Second-century funeral portrait of Isiac initiate. Roman, from Attica, AD 160–170. The Greek inscription reads “Sosibia [daughter of] Euboios of Kephissia.

Dan Castellaneta

Defining Beauty review – Greek sculpture alive and kicking | Art and design | The Guardian

Marble bust of blind poet Homer BC), author of Iliad and Odyssey -- century AD Roman marble terminal copy of a lost century BC Greek bronze, purchased by ...

Parco della Grotta di Posillipo5 (crop)

Emperor Mosaic

Left: Rembrandt, Aristotle with a Bust of Homer, 1653, oil on canvas

This is a Marble head of the poet, writer and philosopher, Homer. This piece was created during the Roman Imperial period, the 1st-2nd century AD.

Professor Robin Osborne

Marcus Tullius Cicero

In many important ways, the reflections of Marcus Aurelius (121-180) crystallize the philosophical wisdom of the Greco-Roman world.

Wall painting from the Domus Uboni (Pompeii IX.5.2), first century AD ...

The incidents are adapted from Suetonius's On the Lives of the Caesars, a collection of imperial biographies written in Latin in the second century A.D.

Perhaps the scholarly disputes over the historicity of Homer and his tales are just a game, a fruitless academic debate with no bearing on our appreciation ...

The Twelve Caesars


Art and Religion in Ancient Greece and Rome - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion

Central medallion of the Vichten mosaic (about 240 CE). National Museum of History and Art, Luxembourg. Image via Flickr, under a CC BY-SA 2.0 license.

Failure of empire: Valens and the Roman state in the fourth century A.D.

Abb.: http://www.luc.edu/roman-emperors/trjan-s1.jpe

An Italian fruitwood architectural model of a temple, late 18thearly 19th century. 17 in

15.5 Nero/Titus, Rome, Galleria Borghese, inv. 748,.

Bringing It

Owl on an Attic skyphos (wine cup), second quarter of 5th century BCE. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

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Herodotus, detail of a Roman herm probably copied from a Greek original of the first

Historians of the 1st and 2nd century apparently never heard of Jesus Christ.

20th Century Alabaster French Signed Young Girl Bust Sculpture, 1920

Achilles Slays Hector, by Peter Paul Reubens (1577-1640). An illustration from Homer's Iliad

From left to right: the Epicurean philosopher Metrodorus (Inv. 368), the representative of the Second Sophistic, Antonius Polemon (Inv. 427) and Hadrian ...

Modern bust at Chaeronea intended to represent Plutarch, based on a bust from Delphi once


Artemis of Ephesus worshiped “in Asia and all the world.” A Roman copy of an original from the 2nd century BCE. Capitoline Museums, Rome.

Cover image for Philostratus's Heroikos: religion and cultural identity in the third century C.E.

A little elephant is shown inside an adult elephant, an indication that the animal is pregnant. Credit: John Darnell, Yale University. {{fairuse}}

Cavalry sports mask in Bronze. Roman, Mid-imperial, 2nd Century AD.

Art and Religion in Ancient Greece and Rome - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion

A Mere--Brilliant--Sophist