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A ROMAN BRONZE SILENUS MASK APPLIQUÉ CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN BRONZE SILENUS MASK APPLIQUÉ CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN BRONZE LION-HEAD ATTACHMENT | CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D. | Ancient Art & Antiquities Auction | 2nd Century, Ancient Art & Antiquities | Christie's

A ROMAN BRONZE LION-HEAD ATTACHMENT | CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D. | Ancient Art & Antiquities Auction | 2nd Century, Ancient Art & Antiquities | Christie's

Male head, Roman civilization, Rome, ca. 1st century BC-1st century AD.

Male head, Roman civilization, Rome, ca. 1st century BC-1st century AD.

A ROMAN BRONZE JANIFORM HERM BUST CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. Mandalyn Stevens

A ROMAN BRONZE JANIFORM HERM BUST CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. Mandalyn Stevens

Head of a young man, called the "De Bénévent" head C. 50 BC Roman.

Head of a young man, called the "De Bénévent" head C. 50 BC Roman.

A ROMAN BRONZE ATTACHMENT IN THE FORM OF AION     									CIRCA MID 2ND CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN BRONZE ATTACHMENT IN THE FORM OF AION CIRCA MID 2ND CENTURY A.D.

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st century. Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Bronze head known as Seneca, artefact uncovered in Villa dei Pisoni (Villa of the Papyri), Herculaneum, Campania, Italy. Roman Civilisation, 1st century. Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Horned Women XIII: Etruscan goat-horned goddess, possibly representing Uni, the forerunner of Juno. Among the many aspects of Roman Juno is the powerful goat-horned Juno Sospita or Juno Caprotina. Note similarity of her taile-lunar-shaped headdress to Russian folk headdress. Antefix, 4th c. bce, Tuscany (see how that Etruscan name persisted?)

Horned Women XIII: Etruscan goat-horned goddess, possibly representing Uni, the forerunner of Juno. Among the many aspects of Roman Juno is the powerful goat-horned Juno Sospita or Juno Caprotina. Note similarity of her taile-lunar-shaped headdress to Russian folk headdress. Antefix, 4th c. bce, Tuscany (see how that Etruscan name persisted?)

Livia  To 31 BC

Livia To 31 BC

Cast bronze. Nudes, Female #sculpture by #sculptor Joanna Mallin-Davies titled: 'Graces II (Lovely Fat Happy Nude Women Dancers Sculptures /statues)' #art

Cast bronze. Nudes, Female #sculpture by #sculptor Joanna Mallin-Davies titled: 'Graces II (Lovely Fat Happy Nude Women Dancers Sculptures /statues)' #art

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