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A ROMAN MARBLE FIGURE OF FORTUNA, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. standing with the weight on her right leg and holding a cornucopia cradled in her left arm, and wearing a chiton with overfold, and himation falling from her left shoulder across the back, extending over the lower part of her body, and draped over her left forearm; the extremities once restored in marble.

A MARBLE FIGURE OF SOPHOCLES, ROMAN IMPERIAL, 1ST/2ND CENTURY A.D., WITH 18TH CENTURY the head (probably not belonging) after a Greek portrait of Sophocles of the early 4th Century B.C., standing with the weight on his right leg and wearing a himation falling from his left shoulder; the base, feet, forearms, tip of nose, eyebrows, back of head, and various drapery parts restored in marble restorations

Hera - Greek goddess of marriage, life and love. The most beautiful goddess. Sister and wife of Zeus. The queen of all the Greek gods and goddesses. This statue of Hera is found at the Vatican.

Marble statue of Aphrodite, the so-called Venus Genetrix | 1st–2nd century A.D.; Imperial copy of Classical original | Adaptation of work attributed to Kallimachos | Roman copy of Greek original | Marble | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marble pseudo-portait of Homer. Roman. Late Republican or Imperial Period. late 1st century B.C. or 1st century A.D. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Apollo Citharoedus, Apollo the Cithara-player. 2nd century C.E.. Room of the Muses, Pius-Clementine Museum, Vatican, Rome. Also known as Apollo Musagetes, Apollo, Leader of the Muses. This statue was discovered in 1774, along with with seven statues of the Muses, in the ruins of Gaius Cassius Longinus’ villa near Tivoli, Italy.