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Hadrianic period, 130-138 CE

White marble

Discovered in Rome during the excavations of Pope Paul III in the 2nd half of the 16th century.

 

In the collection of the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (former Farnese Collection), inv. 6030.

Photographed on display in the "Raffaello 1520-1483" exhibit at the Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome.

Hadrianic period, 130-138 CE

White marble

Discovered in Rome during the excavations of Pope Paul III in the 2nd half of the 16th century.

 

In the collection of the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (former Farnese Collection), inv. 6030.

Photographed on display in the "Raffaello 1520-1483" exhibit at the Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome.

The museum plaque describes this as an "elmo miniaturistico," although it does not seem considerably under-lifesize, and offers a possible Julio-Claudian (ca. 1st half 1st c. CE) date.

Found during the 1777 excavations in Piazza S. Carlo al Corso, Rome.

Musei Vaticani, inv. 65750

Left, Negau-type helmet

The museum plaque describes this as an "elmo miniaturistico," although it does not seem considerably under-lifesize, and offers a possible Julio-Claudian (ca. 1st half 1st c. CE) date.

Musei Vaticani, inv. 65750

 

To the right, fragment of a cuirass from a statue, with gorgoneion and palmette.

Bronze.

Julio-Claudian period?

Musei Vaticani, inv. 65730

 

Both found during the 1777 excavations in Piazza S. Carlo al Corso, Rome.

From the Tomb of the Haterii on the Via Labicana, at Rome

Ca. 100-120 CE

Luni marble

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, inv. 9998

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

From the Tomb of the Haterii on the Via Labicana, at Rome

Ca. 100-120 CE

Luni marble

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, inv. 9998

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

From the Tomb of the Haterii on the Via Labicana, at Rome

Ca. 100-120 CE

Luni marble

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, inv. 9998

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

From the Tomb of the Haterii on the Via Labicana, at Rome

Ca. 100-120 CE

Luni marble

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, inv. 9998

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

From the Tomb of the Haterii on the Via Labicana, at Rome

Ca. 100-120 CE

Luni marble

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, inv. 9998

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

From the Tomb of the Haterii on the Via Labicana, at Rome

Ca. 100-120 CE

Luni marble

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, inv. 9998

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

From the Tomb of the Haterii on the Via Labicana, at Rome

Ca. 100-120 CE

Luni marble

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, inv. 9998

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

2nd-3rd c. CE

White marble

From Rome, found between the Esquiline and the Colosseum.

Inscribed on the top surface are the four cardinal directions; on the sides the names of the twelve winds, in Latin and Greek.

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Pio Clementino, inv. 1145

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

2nd-3rd c. CE

White marble

From Rome, found between the Esquiline and the Colosseum.

Inscribed on the top surface are the four cardinal directions; on the sides the names of the twelve winds, in Latin and Greek.

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Pio Clementino, inv. 1145

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

2nd-3rd c. CE

White marble

From Rome, found between the Esquiline and the Colosseum.

Inscribed on the top surface are the four cardinal directions; on the sides the names of the twelve winds, in Latin and Greek.

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Pio Clementino, inv. 1145

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

2nd-3rd c. CE

White marble

From Rome, found between the Esquiline and the Colosseum.

Inscribed on the top surface are the four cardinal directions; on the sides the names of the twelve winds, in Latin and Greek.

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Pio Clementino, inv. 1145

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome.

Marble

260s CE

 

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 87-21

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome.

Marble

260s CE

 

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 87-21

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome.

Marble

260s CE

 

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 87-21

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome.

Marble

260s CE

 

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 87-21

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome.

Marble

260s CE

 

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 87-21

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome.

Marble

260s CE

 

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 87-21

Roman marble sarcophagus, 260s CE.

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome. Now in the Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri.

Roman sarcophagus

Proconnesian marble.

1st half 3rd c. CE,

Found at Rome, Esquiline necropolis, Via dei Salentini.

 

Detail of an unfinished portrait of a woman, face to face with a Muse.

 

Rome, Musei Capitolini - Centrale Montemartini, inv. 1329.

Found in Via di San Gregorio, between the Palatine and Caelian Hills, Rome

From an unknown temple (which Strazzulla has proposed to identify as that of Fortuna Respiciens; Mars is another possibility)

Roman, mid 2nd c. BCE

 

Musei Capitolini, Roma

Found in Via di San Gregorio, between the Palatine and Caelian Hills, Rome

From an unknown temple (which Strazzulla has proposed to identify as that of Fortuna Respiciens; Mars is another possibility)

Roman, mid 2nd c. BCE

 

Musei Capitolini, Roma

Found in Via di San Gregorio, between the Palatine and Caelian Hills, Rome

From an unknown temple (which Strazzulla has proposed to identify as that of Fortuna Respiciens; Mars is another possibility)

Roman, mid 2nd c. BCE

 

Musei Capitolini, Roma

Found in Via di San Gregorio, between the Palatine and Caelian Hills, Rome

From an unknown temple (which Strazzulla has proposed to identify as that of Fortuna Respiciens; Mars is another possibility)

Roman, mid 2nd c. BCE

 

Musei Capitolini, Roma

Found during the late 19th c. CE construction of the Tiber embankment between the Ponte Umberto and the Ponte della Marmorata.

3rd-2nd c. BCE

 

Museo Nazionale Romano - Terme di Diocleziano

Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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AN SULP PM

CIL XV.1, 573

 

Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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CIL VI, 37162 = ILS 9339 (36-40 CE):

[Cornel]ius Dolabella [loco ---]

[M(arcus) Asini]us Marcellus lo[co ---]

[D(ecimus) Torqu]atus Sìlanus [loco ---]

[L(ucius) Iuni]us Sìlanus lo[co ---]

[C(aio) Caesa]re I̅I̅I̅ co(n)s(ule)

[Cn(aeus) Pomp]eius Magnus [loco ---].

 

View on EDR071856 on EAGLE (with join).

 

Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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Text (from EAGLE, EDR093018), 208-210 CE:

 

[Imp(eratori) Caesari]

[L(ucio) Septimio Severo Pio]

[Pertinaci Aug(usto) Arabic(o)]

[Adiabenic(o) Parth(ico) ma]xim(o),

[fortissimo? pon]tif(ici)

[maxim(o), trib(unicia) pot(estate) ---, im]p(eratori) X̅I̅,

[co(n)s(uli) III, p(atri) p(atriae), proco(n)s(uli)],

 

〈:columna II〉

[Imp(eratori) Caesari]

[L(uci) Septimi Severi Pii]

[Pertinacis Aug(usti) Arabic(i)]

[Adiabenic(i) Parth(ici) maxim(i)]

p[rincipis fortissimi? filio]

M(arco) A[urelio Antonino Pio]

Fel(ici) [Aug(usto) trib(unicia) pot(estate) ---, imp(eratori) II, co(n)s(uli) III, proco(n)s(uli)]

 

〈:in una linea〉

[--- numini eorum] devo[t---].

  

Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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The museum plaque describes this as an "elmo miniaturistico," although it does not seem considerably under-lifesize, and offers a possible Julio-Claudian (ca. 1st half 1st c. CE) date.

Found during the 1777 excavations in Piazza S. Carlo al Corso, Rome.

Musei Vaticani, inv. 65750

The museum plaque describes this as an "elmo miniaturistico," although it does not seem considerably under-lifesize, and offers a possible Julio-Claudian (ca. 1st half 1st c. CE) date.

Found during the 1777 excavations in Piazza S. Carlo al Corso, Rome.

Musei Vaticani, inv. 65750

From the Tomb of the Haterii on the Via Labicana, at Rome

Ca. 100-120 CE

Luni marble

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, inv. 9998

 

On display at the exhibit "L'Arte di Costruire un Capolavoro: la Colonna Traiana" (The Art of Building a Masterpiece: Trajan's Column), Limonaia del Giardino di Boboli, Florence, June 21 - October 6, 2019

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome.

Marble

260s CE

 

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 87-21

Found in the 1870s within the Mausoleum of the Sempronii, outside Porta Capena, Rome.

Marble

260s CE

 

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 87-21

Original probably from the city of Rome, probably 4th c. CE

 

Replica in the collection of the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, Mainz, Inv. 41901

Original in the collection of the Museo Sacro, Vatican, Inv. 232

Photographed on display at the Akademisches Kunstmuseum - Universität Bonn, Germany.

Found at Rome (see on Pleiades) in the Temple of Saturn, in the 16th c. AD. The only surviving tablet, number 8, of perhaps an original nine, recording Sulla's law raising the number of quaestors to 20, among other things.

Bronze

81 BCE

MANN inv. 2637 (CIL 1².587)

 

Epigraphic collection, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (MANN), Naples, Italy.

Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

S. Saba on Churches of Rome wiki.

The city of Rome on Pleiades.

Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

S. Saba on Churches of Rome wiki.

The city of Rome on Pleiades.

Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

S. Saba on Churches of Rome wiki.

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Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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Text from EAGLE - EDR 114653 (late 4th-early 5th c. CE):

 

[F]ortunatianus Servilius v(ir) c(larissimus) [---]

[f]ratri coniugi et sibi a solo [fecit --- et]

[S]erviliae c(larissimae) f(eminae) m(atri), quae v[ixit a(nnis) ---]

[---] m(ensibus) X, d(iebus) XII, dec(essit) VI Kal(endas) Mart(ias) de[---]

5 [---]ensurio M(arco) [·]aeliano v(iro) c(larissimo) t(ri)b(uno) +[---]

[---]XVII m(enses) XI, d(ies) XXIIII, dec(essit) XIII Kal(endas) [---]

 

Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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Basilica of San Saba, Rome.

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text from EAGLE - EDR 93368, 1st c. CE:

 

------

[---], a̲u̲guri, sod̲a̲l̲i̲ A̲̲u̲g̲u̲s̲[tali, in omnibus honoribus]

[candidato] Augusto̲r̲u̲m̲, q̲u̲i̲ n̲[atus? ---]

[annos agens] XIX cla̲r̲i̲s̲s̲i̲̲m̲i̲̲̲s̲ v̲[iris --- adlectus est],

5 [sacerdoti La]nivino̲r̲(um), q̲u̲i̲ h̲o̲[norem ---]

[--- tem]p̲o̲r̲e̲ h̲a̲b̲u̲i̲t̲ d̲e̲c̲u̲[---]

[---]d̲(---?) s̲o̲r̲t̲e̲m̲ a̲p̲p̲a̲r̲a̲v̲i̲t̲ [---]

------?

 

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Text from EAGLE - EDR 72472:

 

[In his horr]eis Umm[idianis]

[singulis an]nis locant[ur horrea]

[apothecae comp]endiaria ar[maria inter]=

[columnia et loc]a ex hac d[ie et ex K(alendis) Iul(iis)]

[quae in his horreis i]nvecta inla[ta importata]

[erunt horreario pig]nori erunt d[onec satis ei]

[factum non sit aut pensi]o solvatur s[i quid in his]

[horreis conductor in]aedificaverit [tollendi ius]

[non habebit nisi dat]a ei refigendi po[testas fuerit]

[---]DIE[---]

  

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