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The Antikythera Youth (Detail)

The Antikythera Youth (Detail)

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Cornelia Cinnilla (c. 94 BC – 69 BCn daughter of Lucius Cornelius Cinna (one of the great leaders of the Marian party), was married to Gaius Julius Caesar. Caesar and Cornelia married in 84 BC. When Lucius Cornelius Sulla commanded Caesar to divorce Cornelia, he refused to do so. Cornelia bore him his daughter Julia Caesaris, in c. 73 BC. Cornelia was the matron of Caesar's household in their home at the Subura in Rome for 16 years. She died in childbirth in 69 BC and left him a daughter.

Cornelia Cinnilla (c. 94 BC – 69 BCn daughter of Lucius Cornelius Cinna (one of the great leaders of the Marian party), was married to Gaius Julius Caesar. Caesar and Cornelia married in 84 BC. When Lucius Cornelius Sulla commanded Caesar to divorce Cornelia, he refused to do so. Cornelia bore him his daughter Julia Caesaris, in c. 73 BC. Cornelia was the matron of Caesar's household in their home at the Subura in Rome for 16 years. She died in childbirth in 69 BC and left him a daughter.

Encaustic mummy portrait from Hawara in the Fayyum, Egypt

Encaustic mummy portrait from Hawara in the Fayyum, Egypt

Fondation J.-E Berger-World Art Treasures, Aline Epoque romaine: 98-117 Hawara, Egypt

Fondation J.-E Berger-World Art Treasures, Aline Epoque romaine: 98-117 Hawara, Egypt

n Roman Egypt (30 BC-AD 324), artists adapted naturalistic painting styles to the ancient custom of making portrait masks for mummies. The portraits were often painted while the subject was in the prime of life and were hung in the home until the person's death. This practice continued in northern Egypt well into the Early Byzantine period.  Date	late century (Roman Imperial)  Medium	encaustic (wax, pigments) on wood

n Roman Egypt (30 BC-AD 324), artists adapted naturalistic painting styles to the ancient custom of making portrait masks for mummies. The portraits were often painted while the subject was in the prime of life and were hung in the home until the person's death. This practice continued in northern Egypt well into the Early Byzantine period. Date late century (Roman Imperial) Medium encaustic (wax, pigments) on wood

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