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Aventus Augusti relief; Roma and the personification of the senate and the people of Rome receive Hadrian into the city (the head & hands of Hadrian and the hands of Roma are restored), once part of a triumphal monument to Hadrian, Musei Capitolini, Rome

Aventus Augusti relief; Roma and the personification of the senate and the people of Rome receive Hadrian into the city (the head & hands of Hadrian and the hands of Roma are restored), once part of a triumphal monument to Hadrian, Musei Capitolini, Rome

Antinous as Osiris, found in the ruins of Hadrian’s villa during the 18th century

Antinous as Osiris, found in the ruins of Hadrian’s villa during the 18th century

The Empress Sabina: Copenhagen 774 by ortygia, via Flickr 128 C.E.  Possible idea for shorter hair

The Empress Sabina: Copenhagen 774 by ortygia, via Flickr 128 C.E. Possible idea for shorter hair

Emperor Antoninius Pius," marble, 13 1/2 inches high, Roman Imperial, A.D. 138-161

Emperor Antoninius Pius," marble, 13 1/2 inches high, Roman Imperial, A.D. 138-161

Carving of deified Antinous dated to 300s Lover of Emperor Hadrian from early 100

Carving of deified Antinous dated to 300s Lover of Emperor Hadrian from early 100

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Trajan as Imperator, 108-117 Ostia, marble Trajan was a general, so although he filled all the typical roles of an emperor, imperator was the most common to see him depicted. Trajanic art has a common motif of victory cutting the throat of a bull. Combines two common Roman art motifs: victory crowning victor, and the sauvortillia.

Trajan as Imperator, 108-117 Ostia, marble Trajan was a general, so although he filled all the typical roles of an emperor, imperator was the most common to see him depicted. Trajanic art has a common motif of victory cutting the throat of a bull. Combines two common Roman art motifs: victory crowning victor, and the sauvortillia.

buffleheadcabin:  hadrian6:  Roman Bust of Antinous - Osiris.  130-138 A.D. from the collection of Thomas Hope. Dutch/British 1769-1831. marble. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com  [My kinda man.]

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buffleheadcabin: hadrian6: Roman Bust of Antinous - Osiris. 130-138 A.D. from the collection of Thomas Hope. Dutch/British 1769-1831. marble. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com [My kinda man.]

Colossal statue of Antinous as Dionysos—Osiris. Marble. 130s A.D. Inv. No. 256. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Clementine Museum, Round Room.

Colossal statue of Antinous as Dionysos—Osiris. Marble. 130s A.D. Inv. No. 256. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Clementine Museum, Round Room.

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