The Roman Empire

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The Roman Empire

  1. 1. The Roman Empire 27 BCE-476 CE
  2. 2. Augustus r. 27 BCE-14 CE
  3. 3. The Battle of Actium (31 BCE) Lorenzo A. Castro, 1672
  4. 4. Augustus of Primaporta, c. 20 BCE
  5. 5. The Pax Romana 27 BCE-180 CE
  6. 6. Augustus Has the Doors of the Temple of Janus Closed Louis de Boullogne the Younger, c. 1681
  7. 7. Maecenas Presenting the Liberal Arts to Augustus Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, 1743
  8. 8. Ara Pacis (The Altar of Peace) 13-9 BCE
  9. 9. The Roman Forum Forum of Augustus Dedicated 2 BCE
  10. 10. The Flavian Dynasty Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian r. 19-96 CE
  11. 11. The Colloseum Dedicated in 80 CE
  12. 12. Trajan r. 98-117
  13. 13. The Column of Trajan Apollodorus of Damascus, 106-13 CE
  14. 14. Roman Soldiers Felling Trees
  15. 15. Roman Soldiers Building a Fortress
  16. 16. Roman Ships on the Danube
  17. 17. Roman Turtle Formation
  18. 18. Hadrian r. 117-38 CE
  19. 19. The Pantheon Apollodorus of Damascus, 118-25 CE
  20. 20. Interior of the Pantheon Giovanni Paolo Panini, c. 1734
  21. 21. Marcus Aurelius r. 161-80
  22. 22. Bust of Marcus Aurelius, c. 161-80
  23. 23. Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius, c. 160s-170s CE
  24. 24. Caracalla r. 198-217
  25. 25. Head of Caracalla, c. 215 CE
  26. 26. Caracalla Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, 1902
  27. 27. Geta and Caracalla: Bear Fight in the Colloseum Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, 1907
  28. 28. The Baths of Caracalla 212-16 CE
  29. 29. Reconstructions
  30. 30. The Baths of Caracalla Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, 1899
  31. 31. Constantine the Great r. 306-37
  32. 32. The Arch of Constantine, 312-15 CE
  33. 33. Head of Constantine, 325-26 CE
  34. 34. The Apparition of the Cross to Constantine Jacopo Vignali, 17th c.
  35. 35. Constantine’s Conversion Peter Paul Rubens, 1622
  36. 36. Emperor Constantine Venerates the True Cross Peter Paul Rubens, 1622
  37. 37. Roman Painting
  38. 38. First Style 2nd c.-c. 80 BCE
  39. 39. Casa di Sallustio, Pompeii, mid-2nd c. BCE
  40. 40. Second Style c. 80s-20s BCE
  41. 41. Cubiculum (Bedroom) from the Villa of P. Fannius Synistor, Boscoreale Mid-1st c. BCE
  42. 42. Third Style Late 1st c. BCE-mid-1st c. CE
  43. 43. House of M. Lucretius Fronto, Pompeii, mid-1st c. CE
  44. 44. Fourth Style c. 62-c. 79 CE
  45. 45. The Ixion Room, House of the Vettii, Pompeii, 63-79 CE

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