Winged Victory. Bronze. 1st century CE. H. 200 cm. Inv. No. MR 369. Brescia, Santa Giulia Civic Museum
"Sátiro", Museos capitolinos (Roma)
The Genius of Augustus, Roman statue (marble), 1st century AD, (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).
Female figure restored as the Muse Urania, Roman statue (marble), copy after Greek originals, head and body do not belong, ? (originals 4th c. BC), (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).
Gallo-Roman Bronze Statue of Mars Cobannus.The figure represents Cobannus-a Gaulish god identified with Mars.This is the first known inscription to Cobannus,but such identifications of obscure local Celtic divinities with Mars are common and are an important manifestation of the cult of Mars in the northern provinces.Composition is not based on standard type of Mars.Pose with grounded shield and spear is typical of Mars Ultor.This Cobannus seems to be Gallo-Roman creation.
Pan Roman 1st-3rd centuries CE from southern Italy. Piece exhibited as part of "The Body Beautiful in Ancient Greece" assembled by The British Museum and Photographed at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon.
PERSEPHONE Museum Collection: State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia Catalogue Number: TBA Title: "Persephone" Class: Free-standing statue Material: Marble Height: 1.96 metres Context: -- Original / Copy: Roman copy of Greek statue Style: -- Date: C2nd AD Period: Imperial Roman
An Ancient Bronze Statue - Greco-Roman Bronze Figure of Standing Champion Athlete, 3rd c BC, 29" tall, 10" wide, set onto wooden plinth.
Escultura de Vesta Museo del Vaticano, Roma. Jorge A. Rizo
Statue en bronze étrusque. Offrande.
Etruscans - Statue of Warrior in bronze, known as "Mars of Todi". Late fifth century. B.C. Vatican City, Gregorian Etruscan Museum
TYCHE (Roman FORTUNA) Goddess of luck and good fortune, often used by Cities as a patron. She is commonly thought to be the daughter of Hermes and Aphrodite but some chroniclers believe her Father could be Zeus or her parents where in fact Oceanus and Tethys. In Greek and Roman art she is often depicted with her opposite Goddess Nemesis.