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Temple of Vespasian and Arch of Severus, east from Capitol, Rome, Italy, c1909. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Temple of Vespasian and Arch of Severus, east from Capitol, Rome, Italy, c1909. Creator: Unknown

Temple of Vespasian and Arch of Severus, east from Capitol, Rome, Italy, c1909. The Temple of Vespasian, begun by Titus in 79 after Vespasian's death and Titus's succession to honor the Flavian Dynasty and the Arch of Septimius Severus dedicated in 203 to commemorate Parthian victories of Emperor Septimius Severus and his sons, Caracalla and Geta. To be viewed on a Sun Sculpture stereoscope made by Underwood & Underwood. [The Rose Stereograph Company, Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington & London, c1909]

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Sarcophagus, c. AD 100-125. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Sarcophagus, c. AD 100-125. Creator: Unknown

Sarcophagus, c. AD 100-125. The front of this sarcophagus, or coffin, is decorated with a series of scenes about the mythical Greek hero Orestes, shown three times wielding a short sword. In the center he stands over the body of his mother Clytemnestra, and at the left over the body of her lover Aegisthus. Orestes has murdered both of them to avenge the death of his father Agamemnon, king of the Greeks, who had left home many years earlier to fight in the Trojan War. Upon returning to his kingdom, he found his unfaithful wife with her lover Aegisthus. These two then killed Agamemnon and Orestes vowed that when he became a man he would seek revenge. At the far left is Agamemnon's tomb with Greek Furies (avenging spirits) resting upon it. At the far right, Orestes visits the shrine of Apollo at Delphi (marked by the tripod and rock) to atone for the murders. The front of the lid is decorated with four reclining women who symbolize the seasons. From left to right they are: Autumn, Summer, Spring, and Winter. On the short sides are winged, bearded griffins (half-lion and half-eagle). The sarcophagus was probably made for an upper-class tomb outside Rome

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Otho, (32-69AD), 1830. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Otho, (32-69AD), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Otho, (32-69AD), 1830. Otho (32-69AD) Roman emperor for three months, from 15 January to 16 April 69, a noble from the Etruscan family, friend and courtier of Nero, he allied with Galba who he murdered, and was second emperor of the Year of the Four Emperors until the Battle of Bedriacum after which he committed suicide and Vitellius took his place. From "Biographical Illustrations", by Alfred Howard. [Thomas Tegg, R. Griffin and Co., J. Cumming, London, Glasgow and Dublin, 1830]

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