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Images Dated 22nd June 2011

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Statue of Apollo, Roman, 1st century, restored in the 18th century Featured 22 Jun 2011 Image

Statue of Apollo, Roman, 1st century, restored in the 18th century

Statue of Apollo, Roman, 1st century, restored in the 18th century. Apollo was the Ancient Greek and Roman God of the Sun and Patron of the Fine Arts. Found in the collection of The Hermitage, St Petersburg

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Portrait bust of Lucilla, wife of the Roman Emperor Lucius Verus, c160-c170 Featured 22 Jun 2011 Image

Portrait bust of Lucilla, wife of the Roman Emperor Lucius Verus, c160-c170

Portrait bust of Lucilla, wife of the Roman Emperor Lucius Verus, c160-c170. Lucilla (c148-182) was the daughter of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina the Younger. Marcus and Lucilla's husband were Co-Emperors of Rome from 161 until 169, when Lucius Verus died. After his death, her father forced her to marry a political ally of his, Claudius Pompeianus. Lucilla was exiled to Capri and executed after plotting against Marcus successor, her brother Commodus. Found in the collection of The Hermitage, St Petersburg

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Portrait of Cornelia Salonina, wife of the Roman Emperor Gallienus, mid 3rd century Featured 22 Jun 2011 Image

Portrait of Cornelia Salonina, wife of the Roman Emperor Gallienus, mid 3rd century

Portrait of Cornelia Salonina, wife of the Roman Emperor Gallienus, mid 3rd century. Cornelia Salonina was the wife of Gallienus, who was co-emperor with his father Valerian from 253 until 260 before ruling alone until 268. Her fate is unknown after Gallienus was killed while laying siege to the rebel held city of Mediolanum (Milan) in 268. She was the mother of Valerian II, Saloninus and Marinianus. Found in the collection of The Hermitage, St Petersburg

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