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Roman  balsamarium depicting Antinous Alexandria 100 AD to 200 AD

Roman balsamarium depicting Antinous Alexandria 100 AD to 200 AD

Bust of a Roman Lady in bronze, ca. 20-50 AD. The bust of this private individual may be that of Augustus’ granddaughter, Agrippina the Elder, whose distinct hairstyle is duplicated here. It’s a prime example of how the emperor and his family influenced the style of private portraits. Source: Metropolitan Museum

Bust of a Roman Lady in bronze, ca. 20-50 AD. The bust of this private individual may be that of Augustus’ granddaughter, Agrippina the Elder, whose distinct hairstyle is duplicated here. It’s a prime example of how the emperor and his family influenced the style of private portraits. Source: Metropolitan Museum

Two Roman Roundel Bronze Appliques (0 - 200)

Two Roman Roundel Bronze Appliques (0 - 200)

Balsamarium in the Form of a Dionysiac Figure  Roman   2nd-3rd century

Balsamarium in the Form of a Dionysiac Figure Roman 2nd-3rd century

A BRONZE CALYX KRATER HANDLE,  ROMAN IMPERIAL, AUGUSTAN, LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C./EARLY 1ST CENTURY A.D.

A BRONZE CALYX KRATER HANDLE, ROMAN IMPERIAL, AUGUSTAN, LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C./EARLY 1ST CENTURY A.D.

Greco-Roman silver Statuette of an Eagle on a Capital, 2nd century BC - 1st century AD.

Greco-Roman silver Statuette of an Eagle on a Capital, 2nd century BC - 1st century AD.

Stand for furniture in the shape of Atlas kneeling.Roman, c. 200

Stand for furniture in the shape of Atlas kneeling.Roman, c. 200

Roman Bronze Figure of an Eros | 2nd Century AD, 3rd Century AD | Price $4,200.00 | Roman | Bronze | Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Roman Bronze Figure of an Eros | 2nd Century AD, 3rd Century AD | Price $4,200.00 | Roman | Bronze | Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

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