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Support Image for Maconiana Severiana Sarcophagus

This is a support image for the Maconiana Severiana Sarcophagus image. It is titled as the Triumph of Dionysus and the Seasons Sarcophagus. As our original piece, it…

Supporting Image for Neptune and the Seasons Mosaic

This is a support image for the Neptune and the Seasons Mosaic. It is titled as the Triumph of Neptune Mosaic. Like our main piece, it depicts the…

Support Image for Eros Farnese

This is a support image for the Eros Farnese, known as the Eros Centocelle. It is another Roman copy that was made from the original Greek Eros of…

Eros Farnese

This piece of artwork is held at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, in Naples, Italy. This Roman copy of Eros, the Greek god of love, is made…

Neptune and the Seasons Mosaic

This floor mosaic depicts Neptune upon his chariot pulled by four hippocampi. Neptune is the Roman equivalent to the Greek god Poseidon, and is known for his beauty…

Floor Mosaic of Eros riding Aigipan,

Supporting image for the Roman goatfish bronze sculpture. This Roman floor mosaic dates from the Imperial Period of Rome (approximately the first century BC through 375 BC in…

Supporting Image for God of Love

This supporting image shows that there were many roman copies of the same figure or statue. The support structures on many of these different copies varies.

Adolescent God of Love

This 157 cm (5.15 feet) tall marble carved statue can currently be found in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. This statue of Eros – the Greek…

Roman Water Gods

This mosaic is a depiction of Oceanus and Tethys. Tethys is the daughter of Uranus and Gaia and Oceanus is the titan god of fresh water. Originally, Oceanus…

Griffin Mosaic

This work is a Roman mosaic which is made up of small cubes of glass, coloured lime, or terracotta. This piece was originally created in the 6th century…

Marble Sphinx

This marble sphinx statue is Roman, and dates back to 120 – 140 CE. It was excavated in Italy at the Villa of Antoninus Pius. The dimensions are…

Roman Capricorn Figurine Support

The above picture of Steve Minnitt with the Capricorn Figurine gives you a better visual of its size. A person who wants to remain anonymous found the very…

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