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Bronze head of Augustus, Roman, from Meroe, Sudan, c27-c25 BC Featured Image

Bronze head of Augustus, Roman, from Meroe, Sudan, c27-c25 BC

Bronze head of Augustus, Roman, from Meroe, Sudan, c27-c25 BC. This head once formed part of a statue of the emperor Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). From the British Museum's collection

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Bust of Hannibal Barca
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Bust of Hannibal Barca
Constantinople, 1890. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Constantinople, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Constantinople, 1890. Constantinople, capital of the Roman Empire (330-395), Byzantine Empire (395-1204 and 1261-1453), and a Crusader state known as the Latin Empire (1204-1261). From mid-5th century to early 13th century, it was the largest and wealthiest city in Europe. From "Cassell's Illustrated Universal History, Vol. III - The Middle Ages", by Edmund Ollier. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris and Melbourne, 1890. ]

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Statue of Augustus as Jupiter, first half of 1st century BC Featured Image

Statue of Augustus as Jupiter, first half of 1st century BC

Statue of Augustus as Jupiter, first half of 1st century BC. Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus (63 BC-14 AD) became one of a triumvirate of rulers after the death in 44 BC of Julius Caesar, his great-uncle, whose dictatorship had brought an end to the Roman republic. He became sole ruler in 31 BC after defeating Mark Anthony at the Battle of Actium, and in 27 BC proclaimed himself Emperor, adopting the title Caesar Augustus. Octavian's rule, which lasted until 14 AD, ended a century of civil strife and was a period of peace and prosperity in which Rome attained the height of its imperial power. Found in the collection of The Hermitage, St Petersburg

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