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100-150 AD Roman marble herm of Menander (342-291 BC), reproducing bronze by Kephisodotos the Younger and Timarchos, sons of Praxiteles; 20 1/4" h x 12 5/8" w x 8 7/8" d; Getty 71.AA.120. Per Getty: Roman writer Pausanias mentions original Greek bronze in Theater of Dionysos in Athens.

150-200 AD Roman marble portrait head of a young boy; 8 11/16" x 8" x 7 1/2"; Getty 71.AA.462

100-200 AD Roman marble statue Venus Genetrix (no head); 38 7/16" x 12" x 12 1/2"; Getty 96.AA.213

2nd AD Roman portrait of man from Fayum region, Egypt; wood, pigment; 36.8 x 22 x 3.5 cm (14 1/2" x 8 5/8" x 1 3/8"). Gift of Mrs. Emily Crane Chadbourne, 1922.4798

Circa 175 AD Gallo-Roman (Villelaure, France) stone and glass mosaic floor with center panel of two boxers; 81 7/8" h x 81 7/8" w; Getty 71.AH.106