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Vespasian Collection

Background imageVespasian Collection: Cover of 'Facta et dicta memorabilia', 1471. Creator: Unknown. Cover of 'Facta et dicta

Cover of "Facta et dicta memorabilia", 1471. Creator: Unknown. Cover of "Facta et dicta
Cover of "Facta et dicta memorabilia", 1471. Medallion portraits of Roman emperors. Red and gold decorative book cover, made in the 18th century

Background imageVespasian Collection: Vespasian, unknown date. Creator: Anon

Vespasian, unknown date. Creator: Anon
Vespasian, unknown date

Background imageVespasian Collection: Eponina asks Vespasian for mercy for Sabinus, 1726-1783. Creator: Blaise Nicolas Lesueur

Eponina asks Vespasian for mercy for Sabinus, 1726-1783. Creator: Blaise Nicolas Lesueur
Eponina asks Vespasian for mercy for Sabinus, 1726-1783. The request is refused

Background imageVespasian Collection: Rue Rataud, c1900. Creator: Germain Eugene Bonneton

Rue Rataud, c1900. Creator: Germain Eugene Bonneton
Rue Rataud, c1900

Background imageVespasian Collection: View of the Inside of the Amphitheatre of Vespasian at Rome (called the 'Colosseo'), 1779

View of the Inside of the Amphitheatre of Vespasian at Rome (called the "Colosseo"), 1779

Background imageVespasian Collection: Ancient Portrait Bust of Vespasian, n.d. Creator: Vincenzo Dandini

Ancient Portrait Bust of Vespasian, n.d. Creator: Vincenzo Dandini
Ancient Portrait Bust of Vespasian, n.d

Background imageVespasian Collection: 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. 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 Vespasians death

Background imageVespasian Collection: Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 75-79, issued by Vespasian. Creator: Unknown

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 75-79, issued by Vespasian. Creator: Unknown
Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 75-79, issued by Vespasian. Reverse: Fortuna holding rudder and cornucopia. Minted in Rome

Background imageVespasian Collection: The Massacre at Jerusalem, from The Story of Titus and Vespasian, Brussels, 1650 / 75

The Massacre at Jerusalem, from The Story of Titus and Vespasian, Brussels, 1650 / 75
The Massacre at Jerusalem, from The Story of Titus and Vespasian, Brussels, 1650/75. Woven at the workshop of Gerard Peemans, after a design by Charles Poerson

Background imageVespasian Collection: Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 70. Creator: Unknown

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 70. Creator: Unknown
Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 70

Background imageVespasian Collection: Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 80-81. Creator: Unknown

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 80-81. Creator: Unknown
Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 80-81

Background imageVespasian Collection: Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 74. Creator: Unknown

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 74. Creator: Unknown
Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 74

Background imageVespasian Collection: As (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 74. Creator: Unknown

As (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 74. Creator: Unknown
As (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 74

Background imageVespasian Collection: Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 76. Creator: Unknown

Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 76. Creator: Unknown
Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 76

Background imageVespasian Collection: Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79. Creator: Unknown

Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79. Creator: Unknown
Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79

Background imageVespasian Collection: Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 71. Creator: Unknown

Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 71. Creator: Unknown
Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 71

Background imageVespasian Collection: Sestertius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79. Creator: Unknown

Sestertius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79. Creator: Unknown
Sestertius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79

Background imageVespasian Collection: Dupondius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79. Creator: Unknown

Dupondius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79. Creator: Unknown
Dupondius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 69-79

Background imageVespasian Collection: Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 70. Creator: Unknown

Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 70. Creator: Unknown
Coin Portraying Emperor Vespasian, 70

Background imageVespasian Collection: Plate 10: Vespasian with his head turned slightly to the left, from The Twelve Caesars

Plate 10: Vespasian with his head turned slightly to the left, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Background imageVespasian Collection: The Forum Romanum, or Campo Vaccino, from the Capitol, with the Arch of Septimius in t

The Forum Romanum, or Campo Vaccino, from the Capitol, with the Arch of Septimius in the foreground left, Temple of Vespian right, and the Colosseum in the distance (Veduta di Campo Vaccino), ca. 1775

Background imageVespasian Collection: Plate 10: Ruins of the Temple of Jupiter Stator (Jupiter the Supporter). 1. Temple of

Plate 10: Ruins of the Temple of Jupiter Stator (Jupiter the Supporter). 1. Temple of Antoninus and Faustina. 2. Temple of Peace. (Vestigi del Tempio di Giove Statore. 1)

Background imageVespasian Collection: Plate 12: Flavian Amphitheater, called the Colosseum. 1. Arch of Constantine. 2. Palat

Plate 12: Flavian Amphitheater, called the Colosseum. 1. Arch of Constantine. 2. Palatine Hill. (Anfiteatro Flavio detto il Colosseo in Roma. 1. Arco di Costantino. 2. Monte Palatino.), ca. 1748

Background imageVespasian Collection: Emperor Vespasian on Horseback, from the series The First Twelve Roman Caesars, plate 1

Emperor Vespasian on Horseback, from the series The First Twelve Roman Caesars, plate 11, 1610-50

Background imageVespasian Collection: Palatine hill, southwest from the Colosseum, Rome, c1909. Creator: Unknown

Palatine hill, southwest from the Colosseum, Rome, c1909. Creator: Unknown
Palatine hill, southwest from the Colosseum, Rome, c1909. Affluent Romans had residence on Palatine Hill which became the exclusive domain of emperors; seen from the Colosseum

Background imageVespasian Collection: Stupendous interior of the Colosseum, with dens of wild beasts, Rome, c1909. Creator: Unknown

Stupendous interior of the Colosseum, with dens of wild beasts, Rome, c1909. Creator: Unknown
Stupendous interior of the Colosseum, with dens of wild beasts, Rome, c1909. Flavian amphitheatre in Rome, used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles, built of travertine limestone

Background imageVespasian Collection: A mighty monument to pagan brutality - the Colosseum (E. ) at Rome, c1909. Creator: Unknown

A mighty monument to pagan brutality - the Colosseum (E. ) at Rome, c1909. Creator: Unknown
A mighty monument to pagan brutality - the Colosseum (E.) at Rome, c1909. Flavian amphitheatre in Rome, used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles, built of travertine limestone

Background imageVespasian Collection: Josephus, (37 -c100), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Josephus, (37 -c100), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Josephus, (37 -c100), 1830. Titus Flavius Josephus (37 -c100) first-century Romano-Jewish historian who initially fought the Romans, was captured as a slave translator by Vespasian

Background imageVespasian Collection: Early Christian Baptismal Bath at Roman forum of Sufetula, Sbeitla, Tunisia, c20th century

Early Christian Baptismal Bath at Roman forum of Sufetula, Sbeitla, Tunisia, c20th century. Early Christian Baptismal Bath in a Basilica converted from a Roman Temple in Roman ruins of Sufetula in

Background imageVespasian Collection: The Coliseum, plate fifteen from the Ruins of Rome, published 1796 / 98

The Coliseum, plate fifteen from the Ruins of Rome, published 1796 / 98
The Coliseum, plate fifteen from the Ruins of Rome, published 1796/98

Background imageVespasian Collection: The Temple of Peace, plate nine from the Ruins of Rome, published March 1, 1796

The Temple of Peace, plate nine from the Ruins of Rome, published March 1, 1796

Background imageVespasian Collection: Pliny the Old. (23-79), Latin erudite and writer, in audience with the emperor Vespasian

Pliny the Old. (23-79), Latin erudite and writer, in audience with the emperor Vespasian (9-79), chromolithograph, 1880

Background imageVespasian Collection: Sestertius of Vespasian, 71 AC. Artist: Numismatic, Ancient Coins

Sestertius of Vespasian, 71 AC. Artist: Numismatic, Ancient Coins
Sestertius of Vespasian, 71 AC. Private Collection

Background imageVespasian Collection: Bust of Vespasian, 1st H. 1st cen. AD. Artist: Art of Ancient Rome, Classical sculpture

Bust of Vespasian, 1st H. 1st cen. AD. Artist: Art of Ancient Rome, Classical sculpture
Bust of Vespasian, 1st H. 1st cen. AD. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageVespasian Collection: The Dystruccion of Jherusalem, by Vaspazian and Tytus, c16th century, (1923)

The Dystruccion of Jherusalem, by Vaspazian and Tytus, c16th century, (1923). Artist: Wynkyn de Worde
The Dystruccion of Jherusalem, by Vaspazian and Tytus, c16th century, (1923). The Siege of Jerusalem in the year AD70 was the decisive event of the First Jewish-Roman War

Background imageVespasian Collection: The Temples of Saturn and Vespasian, the Roman Forum, Rome, Italy, 19th century. Artist: Ettling

The Temples of Saturn and Vespasian, the Roman Forum, Rome, Italy, 19th century. Artist: Ettling
The Temples of Saturn and Vespasian, the Roman Forum, Rome, Italy, 19th century

Background imageVespasian Collection: Vespasian Caesar, Roman Emperor. Artist: J Pass

Vespasian Caesar, Roman Emperor. Artist: J Pass
Vespasian Caesar, Roman Emperor. Vespasian (c17-79) was Emperor from 69 until 79, founding the Flavian dynasty. His rule saw the expansion of the empire with the addition of territory in Britain

Background imageVespasian Collection: Model of Colosseum at Rome (Museo di Civilta Roma), c20th century. Artist: CM Dixon

Model of Colosseum at Rome (Museo di Civilta Roma), c20th century. Artist: CM Dixon
Model of Colosseum at Rome (Museo di Civilta Roma), c20th century. Oval amphitheatre built of concrete and sand, situated east of the Roman Forum

Background imageVespasian Collection: Base metal coin of the Roman emperor Vespasian, 1st century

Base metal coin of the Roman emperor Vespasian, 1st century
Base metal coin of the Roman emperor Vespasian (17-79): obverse, 1st century. Vespasian was the first emperor of the Flavian dynasty, and seized the throne after the year of the four emperors

Background imageVespasian Collection: Vespasian hearing from one of his generals of the taking of Jerusalem by Titus, 1866

Vespasian hearing from one of his generals of the taking of Jerusalem by Titus, 1866. Found in the collection of the University of Michigan Museum of Art

Background imageVespasian Collection: View of the Colosseum with cabs in front

View of the Colosseum with cabs in front

Background imageVespasian Collection: View of the Colosseum from the Victor Emmanuel II monument, 1st century

View of the Colosseum from the Victor Emmanuel II monument, 1st century
View of the Colosseum from the Victor Emmanuel II (14 March 1820 - 9 January 1878) monument, 1st centruy

Background imageVespasian Collection: Roman coin of Vespasian, 1st century

Roman coin of Vespasian, 1st century
Roman coin of the Emperor Vespasian (9-79)

Background imageVespasian Collection: Roman coin of Vespasian

Roman coin of Vespasian
Roman coin of the Emperor Vespasian (9-79)



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