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Ancient roman art final

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Ancient roman art final

  1. 1. Ancient Roman Art
  2. 2. Roman Art
  3. 3. Republican Roman Art
  4. 4. Temple of “Fortuna Virilis”from Rome, Italyca. 75 B.C.E.
  5. 5. verismHead of a Roman patricianca. 75-50 B.C.E.marbleapproximately 1 ft. 2 in. high
  6. 6. Temple of VestaTivoli, ItalyEarly 1st century B.C.E.
  7. 7. Restored view of the Sanctuary ofFortuna PrimigeniaPalestrina, ItalyLate 2nd century B.C.E.
  8. 8. Barrel vaults and groin vaults
  9. 9. Hemispherical dome
  10. 10. Portrait of a Roman GeneralTivoli, Italyca. 75 - 50 B.C.E.marble6 ft. 2 in. high
  11. 11. Funerary relief with portraitsof the GessiiFrom Rome (?)ca. 30 B.C.E.marble2 ft
  12. 12. Dinariuswith Portrait of Julius Caesar44 B.C.E.silver3/4 in.
  13. 13. Aerial view of the ForumPompeii, Italyca. 80 B.C.E.
  14. 14. AmphitheaterPompeii, Italyca. 80 B.C.E.
  15. 15. Restored view and plan of a typicalRoman house of the Late Republic
  16. 16. First Style wall paintingfauces of the Samnite House,Herculaneum, Italylate 2nd century B.C.E.fresco
  17. 17. Dionysiac mystery friezeRoom 5, Pompeii, Italyca. 60-50 B.C.E.frescofrieze approximately 64 in. high
  18. 18. Cubiculum (bedroom)from the villa of P. Fannius SynistorBoscoreale, Italyca. 40-30 B.C.E.fresco
  19. 19. Gardenscapefrom the Villa of Livia, Primaporta, Italyca. 30-20 B.C.E.frescoapproximately 79 in. high
  20. 20. Gardenscapefrom the Villa of Livia, Primaporta, Italyca. 30-20 B.C.E.frescoapproximately 79 in. high
  21. 21. Detail of Third Style PaintingFrom cubiculum 15 of the Villa ofAgrippa Postumus, Boscotrecase, Italyca. 10 B.C.E.fresco7’8”
  22. 22. Fourth Style wall paintingFrom room 78of the Villa of Domus Aurea (GoldenHouse) of Nero, Rome Italyca. 64-68 B.C.E.fresco
  23. 23. Fourth Style wall paintingFrom Ixion Room, House of theVettii, Pompeii, Italyca. 70-79 B.C.E.fresco
  24. 24. Portrait of a husband andwifeFrom wall painting fromHouse of VII, Pompeii, Italyca. 70-79 B.C.E.fresco
  25. 25. still life with peachesDetail of 4th style wall paintingfrom Herculaneum, Italyca. 62-79 C.E.frescoapproximately 1 ft. 2 in. x 1 ft. 1 1/2 in.
  26. 26. Imperial Roman Art
  27. 27. Portrait of Augustus as generalfrom Primaporta, Italyca. 20 B.C.E.marble80 in. high
  28. 28. Portrait of Augustus as generalfrom Primaporta, Italyca. 20 B.C.E.marble80 in. high
  29. 29. Portrait bust of LiviaFrom Arsinoe, Egyptca. early 1st century C.E.marble
  30. 30. Ara Pacis AugustaeRome, Italyca. 13-9 B.C.E.marble63 in. high
  31. 31. Ara Pacis AugustaeRome, Italyca. 13-9 B.C.E.marble63 in. high
  32. 32. Ara Pacis AugustaeRome, Italyca. 13-9 B.C.E.marble63 in. high
  33. 33. Ara Pacis AugustaeRome, Italyca. 13-9 B.C.E.marble63 in. high
  34. 34. Ara Pacis AugustaeRome, Italyca. 13-9 B.C.E.marble63 in. high
  35. 35. Maison CaréeNimes, Franceca. 1-10 C.E.
  36. 36. Maison CaréeNimes, Franceca. 1-10 C.E.
  37. 37. Pont-du-GardNimes, Franceca. 16 B.C.E.
  38. 38. Pont-du-GardNimes, Franceca. 16 B.C.E.
  39. 39. Porta MaggioreRome, Italyca. 50 B.C.E.
  40. 40. Severus and CelerSection of octagonal hall of Domus Aurea(Golden House) of NeroRome, Italyca. 64-68 B.C.E.
  41. 41. ColosseumRome, Italyca. 70-80 C.E.
  42. 42. ColosseumRome, Italyca. 70-80 C.E.
  43. 43. Portrait bust of a Flavian womanfrom Rome, Italyca. 90 C.E.marble25 in. high
  44. 44. Portrait of Vespasianca. 75-79 C.E.marble1’4”
  45. 45. Arch of TitusRome, Italy81 C.E.
  46. 46. High Empire
  47. 47. Rome: THEME Monuments Engineering Realism Interior space Temples
  48. 48. Cardo and decumanusPlan of TimgadAlgeriaFounded 100 C.E.
  49. 49. Apollodorus of DamascusForum of TrajanRome, Italyca. 112 C.E.
  50. 50. Column of TrajanForum of TrajanRome, Italy112 C.E.
  51. 51. Apollodorus of DamascusMarkets of TrajanRome, Italy100-112 C.E.
  52. 52. Portrait buest of HadrianRome, Italy117-120 C.E.marble
  53. 53. PantheonRome, Italyca. 118-125 C.E.
  54. 54. PantheonRome, Italyca. 118-125 C.E.
  55. 55. PantheonRome, Italyca. 118-125 C.E.
  56. 56. PantheonRome, Italyca. 118-125 C.E.
  57. 57. Canopus and SerpeumHadrian’s Villa, GrottoTivoli, Italyca. 125-128 C.E.
  58. 58. Al-KhaznehPetra, Jordan2nd century C.E.
  59. 59. Model of an InsulaOstia, Italy2nd century C.E.
  60. 60. Neptune and creatures of the sea,detail of floor mosaicBaths of NeptuneOstia, Italyca. 140 C.E.
  61. 61. Funerary relief of a vegetablevendorFrom Ostia, Italyca. 2nd century C.E.painted terracotta
  62. 62. Apotheosis of Antoninus Pius andFaustinafrom Rome, Italyca. 161 C.E.marble8’1”
  63. 63. Decursio, pedestal of the Column ofAntoninus Piusfrom Rome, Italyca. 161 C.E.marble8’1”
  64. 64. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aureliusfrom Rome, Italyca. 175 C.E.bronze11 ft. 6 in. high
  65. 65. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aureliusfrom Rome, Italyca. 175 C.E.bronze11 ft. 6 in. high
  66. 66. Sarcophagus with the myth of Orestesca. 140-150 C.E.marble2’7”
  67. 67. Mummy portraitfrom Faiyum, Egyptca. 160-170 C.E.encaustic on wood
  68. 68. Late Empire
  69. 69. Painted portrait of Septimius Severusand his familyFrom Egyptca. 200 C.E.Tempera on wood tondo1’2”
  70. 70. Portrait of Carcallaca. 211-217 C.E.marble14 in. high
  71. 71. Chariot procession of Septimius SeverusRelief from the attic of the Arch of SeptimiusSeverusFrom Lepcis Magna, Libyaca. 203 C.E.marble
  72. 72. Plan of the Baths of CaracallaRome, Italy212-216 C.E.
  73. 73. Portrait Bust of Trajan DeciusCapitolino, Rome249-251 C.E.marble2 ft. 7 in. high
  74. 74. Heroic portrait of Trebonianus GallusRome, Italy251-253 C.E.bronze7’11”
  75. 75. Battle of the Romans and barbarians(Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus)From Rome, Italy250-260 C.E.marble5’
  76. 76. Sarcophagus of a Philosopher270-280 C.E.marble4 ft. 11 in. high
  77. 77. Plan of the Temple of VenusBaalbek, LebanonThird century C.E.
  78. 78. Portraits of the four tetrarchsSt. Mark’s, Veniceca. 305 C.E.porphyry51 in. high
  79. 79. Portraits of the four tetrarchsSt. Mark’s, Veniceca. 305 C.E.porphyry51 in. high
  80. 80. Restored view of the palace of DiocletainSplit, Croatiaca. 298-306 C.E.
  81. 81. Palace of Diocletian (model)Split, Croatiaca. 300 - 305 C.E.
  82. 82. CONSTANTINE
  83. 83. Arch of ConstantineRome, Italyca. 312-315 C.E.
  84. 84. Arch of ConstantineRome, Italyca. 312-315 C.E.
  85. 85. Portrait of Constantinefrom the Basilica Nova, Rome, Italyca. 315-330 C.E.marblehead approximately 8 ft. 6 in. high
  86. 86. Basilica Nova reconstruction drawingRome, Italy306-312 C.E.
  87. 87. Aula Palatina (Basilica)Trier, Germanyearly 4th century C.E.
  88. 88. Aula Palatina (Basilica)Trier, Germanyearly 4th century C.E.
  89. 89. Aula Palatina (Basilica)Trier, Germanyearly 4th century C.E.
  90. 90. Coins with portraits of Constantine307 and 315 CE

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