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    • Football team, University of Louisville, 1921.

    • Football team, University of Louisville, 1921.

    • University of Louisville--Football; University of Louisville--Sports; University of Louisville--Students; Football players;

    • The University of Louisville football team of 1921, in their football gear. A couple of the men wear helmets. Organized football teams were officially established at U of L in 1912. Most of U of L's football players at the time were medical...
    • Nero as a child, front view.

    • Nero as a child, front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Emperors; Rulers; People associated with politics & government; Children; Youth; Boys; Clothing & dress; Jewelry; Pendants (Jewelry); Hairstyles; Gestures

    • The Louvre portrait is of a "young boy wearing a toga praetexta (a purple-bordered toga) and bulla (ornament worn around a child's neck). […] Comparisons with coins bearing the image of Britannicus exclude the possibility that this is a...
    • Barbarian warrior, front view.

    • Barbarian warrior, front view.

    • Sculpture; Men; Warriors; Military personnel; People associated with military activities; Clothing & dress; Capes (Clothing); Trousers; Footwear; Headgear; Beards; Daggers & swords; Arms & armament; Lifting & carrying

    • "Images of barbarians, an essential element of triumphal ceremony in imperial Rome, were most often represented in a military context. […] [S]uch representations are omnipresent in Trajan's Forum, on the façade of the Ulpia Basilica, and...
    • Young boy wearing a toga, front view.

    • Young boy wearing a toga, front view.

    • Sculpture; Children; Youth; Boys; Clothing & dress; Crowns; Wreaths; Leaves; Pendants (Jewelry); Jewelry; Gestures; Chests; Storage furniture; Boxes; Containers; Scrolls (Visual works)

    • "With its somewhat distant-looking quality and distinctive crown of olive leaves, this statue is most likely a memorial portrait. Although the head and body originally came from two separate statues, they are chronologically consistent. The...
    • Herculaneum, decorative fresco-type architectural wall painting.

    • Herculaneum, decorative fresco-type architectural wall painting.

    • Paintings; Murals; Walls; Architecture; Architectural elements; Structural elements; Columns; Moldings; Consoles; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Patterns (Design elements); Masks; Faces; Supernatural beings; Horses; Animals

    • "This fragment of a wall painting was among the very first ancient artworks discovered in Herculaneum after the volcanic eruption on August 23 in 79 A.D. […] This panel was executed using a technique similar to fresco painting. The design...
    • Venus from Montagne, front view.

    • Venus from Montagne, front view.

    • Sculpture; Figurines; Women; Goddesses; Myths; Legends; Supernatural beings; Fictitious characters; Hairstyles; Headgear; Grooming; Gestures; Mirrors; Symbols; Cupids; Dolphins; Aquatic animals; Lifting & carrying

    • "Venus is represented rising out of the water in accord with the conventions of the Aphrodite Anadyomene type. The triton and dolphin, which recall the maritime setting, were sometimes depicted alternately with two cupids accompanying the...
    • Young Gaul, front view.

    • Young Gaul, front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Youth; Young adults; Clothing & dress; Hairstyles; Mustaches

    • Discovered in Reims (France). "This sculpture demonstrates the capacity of Roman artists to synthesize widely divergent influences and draw upon diverse styles. It shows that Roman art was capable of addressing very different concerns while...
    • Augustus, front view.

    • Augustus, front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Heads (Anatomy); Men; Emperors; Rulers; People associated with politics & government; Hairstyles

    • Portrait head. "This portrait has fundamental importance in the study of Augustan iconography. Both it and a very similar portrait in the Forbes collection are considered excellent examples of the Louvre type of Augustan portrait. [...] This...
    • Marcus Aurelius, front view.

    • Marcus Aurelius, front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Emperors; Rulers; Men; People associated with politics & government; Clothing & dress; Capes (Clothing); Fasteners; Hairstyles; Beards; Mustaches

    • Discovered at Acqua Traversa (near Rome), 1674. "This bust, in nearly perfect condition, is characterized by the contrast between the light and brilliant skin of the face and the dark mass of hair, covered with concretions. Numerous grooves...
    • Livia as Ceres [or Fortuna], front view.

    • Livia as Ceres [or Fortuna], front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Women; Empresses; Rulers; People associated with politics & government; Goddesses; People associated with religion; Supernatural beings; Fictitious characters; Myths; Legends; Standing; Clothing & dress; Robes; Veils;...

    • "[…] this statue of Livia, wife of Augustus, underwent not only many modern restorations but also additions such as the arms, the cornucopia, part of the crown of flowers, and large pieces of veil around the neck. Given these circumstances,...
    • Tiberius, front view.

    • Tiberius, front view.

    • Sculpture; Heads (Anatomy); Portraits; Emperors; Rulers; People associated with politics & government; Men; Hairstyles; Crowns; Headdresses; Headgear; Leaves; Symbols

    • "[…] this portrait probably came from the forum's Augusteum (a shrine dedicated to the imperial family). […] In this portrait, the hair is combed forward, with short bangs over the forehead, formed by straight and regularly laid locks that...
    • Caligula, front view.

    • Caligula, front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Emperors; Men; Rulers; People associated with politics & government; Clothing & dress; Hairstyles; Sitting

    • Discovered in Rome on the Aventine Hill. "In this portrait, Caligula is shown seated. The body does not correspond to the head, which was subjected to numerous repairs over the course of the nineteenth century, when it was part of the Campana...
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