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Hadrianic Relief. Personification of Phrygia. Archaeological Museum, Naples. Possibly from the Hadrianeum.

Roman bronze life-size left forearm of a woman. Wearing a twisted movable bracelet, dressed with a pleated veil on the upper part of the arm. Ca. 3rd Century AD

Hadrianic Relief. Personification of Scythia. Archaeological Museum, Naples. Possibly from the Hadrianeum.

hadrian 6: Roman Antinous as Dionysos. Roman. 130-138CE.

Head from statue of Herakles (Hercules) Roman 117-188 CE from villa of the emperor Hadrian at Tivoli, Italy. Portland Art Museum

Bust of Antinous, the favorite of Hadrian, in Egyptian royal headdress. Roman, early second century AD.

The Vatican Museum

Antinous, roman sculpture. Antinous- Emperor Hadrian's boyfriend. Hadrien had him deified after his death (voluntary sacrifice?) and ordered statues commemorating his beauty made throughout the Roman empire.

Ancient Roman Discus-thrower (discobolus) From Hadrian’s Villa in Tivoli, Lazio, Italy

Vatican angel in marble