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Emperor Augustus as a nude hero.  Bronze. 49—50 C.E. Naples, National Archaeological Museum

Emperor Augustus as a nude hero. Bronze. 49—50 C.E. Naples, National Archaeological Museum

Bronze statue of Athene ('The Peiraeus Athena'), by Kephisodotos Euphranor, 340-30 BC; some of the Greek goddess's symbolic attributes are visible: her helmet; the owls on her helmet; and her snake-fringed aegis. (Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, Athens © 2014. Photo: I. Sh).

Bronze statue of Athene ('The Peiraeus Athena'), by Kephisodotos Euphranor, 340-30 BC; some of the Greek goddess's symbolic attributes are visible: her helmet; the owls on her helmet; and her snake-fringed aegis. (Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, Athens © 2014. Photo: I. Sh).

An ancient Roman bronze statuette of Hygieia, the goddess of hygiene, with her snake attribute, a symbol of healing. (J Paul Getty Museum)

An ancient Roman bronze statuette of Hygieia, the goddess of hygiene, with her snake attribute, a symbol of healing. (J Paul Getty Museum)

fuckyeahrenaissanceart:  Lucius Junius Brutus White marble. 1st — early 2nd cent. C.E

fuckyeahrenaissanceart: Lucius Junius Brutus White marble. 1st — early 2nd cent. C.E

Silver rhyton, Porona, Romania, 4th Cemtury BC ~Repinned via Jane Kurtz

Silver rhyton, Porona, Romania, 4th Cemtury BC ~Repinned via Jane Kurtz

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