RMG2NM06–portrait bust of the Roman Emperor Trebonianus Gallus 251-253 AD
RMJ2M4RM–Marble head of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (AD 121 - AD 180) c.180-183 AD
RMMMJ2C7–Roman Emperor Augustus. Roman marble bust from the 1st century AD on display in the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Museum of Art History) in Vienna, Austria.
RMKC9M6K–Adrian, Roman Emperor sculpture
RMDCF94Y–Marcus Ulpius Nerva Traianus. Roman Emperor Trajan (53-117). Florentine bust.
RMEEKHHC–Roman emperor Loricato di Adriano (117-138 AD) Rome Capitoline Museum Italy Italian
RMCTGAXD–Vespasian (Titus Flavius Vespasianus) (9-79). Roman Emperor (69-79). Bust. Marble. 70 A.C. Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum.
RMB404XA–Antoninus Pius, 86 - 161 AD, Roman emperor since 138 AD, portrait, bust, marble, Glyptothek, Munich,
RMA9XEH0–Augustus Roman Emperor
RMHT2P7T–Marble Bust of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (121-180AD) Reigned 161-180AD). From Selcuk Western Turkey.
RMENEXDB–Septimius Severus (145-211AD) known as Severus. Roman Emperor, 193-211. Bust. National Roman Museum. Palazzo Altempts. Rome.
RMA4KKGP–Caesar Augustus first emperor of the Roman world. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBFTF05–Portrait bust of the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius (r. AD 138-161) in the Munich Glyptothek.
RMERG60K–Marcus Cocceius Nerva - Roman Emperor from 96 to 98 A.D. Illustration on Liebig meat extract collectible card, 1907. Vignette
RMEX227G–Roman Emperor Hadrian. Copperplate engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi from 108 Plates of Antique Gems, 1860. The gems were from the Duke of Marlborough's collection.
RM2D2KEH0–Illustration depicting the Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian in its original appearance.
RM2AE1RD6–Antique sculpture of Roman Emperor Alexander the Great from Italy, CSMVS Museum, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Asia
RMM5GW93–Antoninus Pius, 86 –161 AD, aka Antoninus. Roman emperor. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum, published 1847.
RM2BJ51D3–Antique 1808 engraving, Pertinax. Pertinax (126-193) was a Roman soldier and politician who was Roman emperor for the first three months of 193. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING
RMDYF050–Marble bust of the Roman emperor Nero. Made between 54-59 AD. Roman.
RMHMBMJN–Marble head of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (AD 121 - AD 180) c.161-169 AD
RMB3BMDT–Marble bust of Roman Emperor Caracalla in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, Germany
RMKC9M55–Commodus, Roman Emperor sculpture
RMM0ETCP–Naples. Italy. Marble portrait bust of Roman Emperor Claudius. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli. Naples National Archaeological Museum.
RMAB3CG6–Rome Roman Emperor Alexander Severus Alexandre
RMD7KH7A–Trajan (53 AD-117 AD). Was Roman Emperor from 98 AD until his death. Bust with the civic crown, sword belt and aegis.
RMTTXPFX–Titus, Roman emperor, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMG3B222–A Roman emperor, seated (Augustus, as a character in Corneille's tragedy 'Cinna') Date: circa 1
RMHT2P9B–Marble Portrait or Sculpture of Roman Emperor Trajan (53-117AD) Reigned 98-117AD. From Western Turkey.
RMF57BNE–Charles V (1500-1558). Holy Roman Emperor. Portrait. Engraving. Later colouration.
RMBXC9HC–Herod Archelaus received with favour by the Roman Emperor Caesar Augustus; Black and White Illustration;
RMBP27N7–BUST OF EMPEROR AUGUSTUS
RMERGKEE–Roman emperor from third century AD. Depicted in a toga picta. Herbert Norris artist died 1950 - may require copyright
RMEX21B6–Caracalla or Roman Emperor Antoninus. Copperplate engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi after a design by Giovanni Battista Cipriani from 108 Plates of Antique Gems, 1860. The gems were from the Duke of Marlborough's collection.
RMB10R38–Augustus, Roman emperor
RMC4KBXT–Nero Roman Emperor from 54 to 68, from the play Britannicus by the French dramatist Jean Racine.
RMAD0RB8–Statue of the Roman emperor Trajan in London.
RMB7TC8M–cistern of the palace of Roman emperor Domitian in Sabaudia in Italy
RMD993FB–Bust of Roman Emperor Constans (reigned 337–350). Marble, second third of the 4th century, Louvre , Paris
RMPJ6KNN–Statue of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, dating from around 160 AD.
RMBCA8GN–Portrait bust in the Munich Glyptothek of the Roman Emperor Augustus. See description for more information.
RMKC849G–Roman Emperor Geta, marble statue
RMJ4YJ3T–Rome. Italy. Seated statue of Roman Emperor Tiberius, 1st century AD, Chiaramonti Museum, Vatican Museums. Musei Vaticani. Veio Dynastic cycle.
RMCFGJHR–Gaius Julius Caesar 100 – 44 BC Roman emperor general statesman by Nicolas Coustou 1658–1733
RMFYXW4R–Hadrian (76-138). Roman emperor. Watercolor.
RMTRH8G9–Claudius, Roman emperor, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMT3D4DA–Augustus, 63 BC - 14 AD. Born Gaius Octavius Thurinus, he became the first Emperor of the Roman Empire.
RMW7E8P3–Bronze head from a statue of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, Roman Britain, 2nd century. Artist: Unknown
RMF36F4G–Rome. Italy. Portrait bust of Roman Emperor Commodus portrayed as Hercules, 180-193 AD. Capitoline Museum. Musei Capitolini.
RMA64RTD–Julius Caesar crowned with laurel. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2HE8XWR–Head of Ancient Roman Emperor Lucius Séptima Severo (Septimus Severus) Italian school XVI century in National Bellas Artes Museum, Buenos Aires
RM2C2JMTE–Portrait of Roman Emperor Augustus (63 BC – AD 14), first ruler of the Roman Empire. Italy, Ancient Rome. Old 19th century engraved illustration, El Mundo Ilustrado 1880
RM2JFFNH1–Bust of Antoninus Pius or Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Pius, 86 - 161, Roman emperor from 138 to 161. Wearing laurel wreath. In variegated agate. Antonino. In agata varia. Copperplate engraving by Giovanni Battista Galestruzzi after Leonardo Agostini from Gemmae et Sculpturae Antiquae Depicti ab Leonardo Augustino Senesi, Abraham Blooteling, Amsterdam, 1685.
RMB10R39–Augustus, 63 BC - 14 AD. Roman Emperor after 27 BC.
RM2B03500–Claudius was the first Roman emperor to be born outside of Italy, and he was ostracised and exempted from public office for much of his life due to slight deafness and being afflicted with a limp. It was his infirmity that would save him from the noble purges that occurred during the reigns of Tiberius and Caligula, as he was not seen as a serious threat. Due to being the last surviving man of the Julio-Claudian family, Claudius was declared emperor by the Praetorian Guard after their assassination of Caligula. Despite his only previous experience being sharing a consulship with his nephew Ca
RFCR19PN–Bronze statue of the Roman emperor Augustus at the entrance of the reconstructed Saalburg Roman fort, Limes
RMA06KY6–Bronze statue of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great outside York Minster, Minster Yard, York, England, UK
RMAYKA56–Lucius Septimus Severus
RF2F4KEDC–Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Tiberius Claudius Nero Germanicus, August 1, 10 B.C.-October 13, 54 A.D., was the fourth Roman emperor of the Julio-Claudian dynasty / Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Tiberius Claudius Nero Germanicus, 1. August 10 v. Chr.- 13. Oktober 54 n. Chr., war der vierte römische Kaiser der julisch-claudischen Dynastie, Historisch, historical, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert
RFD81EXY–The Roman Emperor Claudius
RMKC9M4K–Caesar Augustus, Roman Emperor sculpture
RMRYKYB6–Copenhagen. Denmark. Portrait bust of Roman Emperor Titus, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Titus Flavius Caesar Vespasianus Augustus (39 AD - 81 AD) Reign;
RMD76W5W–Portrait of the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I 1459-1519 Joos van Cleve 1487-1541 Dutch Netherlands
RMDDXPG3–Charles II, the Bald, 9th century Frankish king and Holy Roman Emperor, (c1820-1839). Artist: C Botticella
RMB3ECEY–Claudius (Tiberius C. Caesar Augustus Germanicus), 1.8.10 BC - 13.10.54 AD, Roman emperor since 25.1.41, full length, as Jupiter, colossal statue, marble, Museo Vaticano, Rome, Italy,
RMA9F7TC–The Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, 1459 - 1519 and his wife Mary of Burgundy with their first born Philip, at Ghent.
RMMPPPEG–Statue of the Roman Emperor Augustus, 1st century BC. Artist: Unknown.
RFRXTKDB–Sculpture of Roman Emperor Tiberius and a barbarian captive. Aphrodisias Archaeological museum, Turkey
RMRF3XPT–Portrait medallion of Claudius I, Roman emperor. Draughtsman: Jan Caspar Philips. Dating: 1736 - 1775. Measurements: h 177 mm × w 127 mm. Museum: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
RM2F8N8GJ–Tiberius, Roman Emperor.
RM2E3C14Y–Portrait Roman Emperor Antinous, was a young man of great beauty, favorite and lover of the Roman emperor Hadrian, Italy, Ancient Rome. Old 19th century engraved illustration, El Mundo Ilustrado 1880
RMMY7NCK–Roman Emperor, ancient Rome
RMA4W5X7–Caracatus pagan celtic celt British chief warrior prince royal captured shackle rome roman emperor Cunobelinus wales beard capti
RFT5T75G–An ancient coin that has the design of a Roman emperor, vintage line drawing or engraving illustration.
RFCPCR74–Constantine statue York bronze Yorkshire Roman emperor ruler leader
RMAY3T0B–Caligula M V Gucht
RM2BDXEY3–Justinian I, Eastern Roman Emperor
RM2M99EJ8–Elagabalus. Painting entitled 'The Roses of Heliogabalus' by the British-Dutch artist, Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (/b. Lourens Alma Tadema, 1836-1912), oil on canvas, 1882. Elagabulus (Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (b. Sextus Varius Avitus Bassianus, c. 204-222) was Roman Emperor from 218-222.
RMKC9M0X–Antoninus Pius, Roman Emperor sculpture
RMFD85BJ–Germanic people surrender to a Roman emperor, AD 176
RMEFYKPD–Nerva ( Marcus Cocceius Nerva Caesar Augustus 30 AD – 98 AD) was Roman Emperor from 96 to 98. Germanic Museum Cologne Germany
RM2FM523D–Saint Katherine of Alexandria before the Roman Emperor Maxentius, painting by Nicolás Solano, 1418-1433
RM2B034KH–Italy: Coin showing Aemilianus, also known as Aemilian (Marcus Aemilius Aemilianus Augustus; c. 207/213 – 253 CE), 39th Roman Emperor (252 CE). He was Roman Emperor for three months in 253 CE. Photograph by Rasiel Suarez (CC BY-SA 3.0 License). Commander of the Moesian troops, he obtained an important victory against the invading Goths and was acclaimed Emperor by his army. He then moved quickly to Italy, where he defeated Emperor Trebonianus Gallus, only to be killed by his own men when another general, Valerian, proclaimed himself Emperor and moved against Aemilian.
RMT4AR7E–Tiberius, 43 BC - 37 AD. Born Tiberius Claudius Nero. Second emperor of the Roman Empire.
RMMKR3P0–Roman Emperor with Horse and Fanfare
RMD98EB2–Late Roman Emperor, AD350-400
RMTRJB19–Vespasian, Roman emperor, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2F8NDJ8–Titus, Roman Emperor.
RMKGKRM2–Cover of the Russian satirical journal Plamia (Flame) showing a man dressed in a tunic and laurel wreath, possibly an ancient Roman emperor or senator, leaning against a balustrade, 1905.
RM2GN9A64–CALIGULA (12-41 AD) Medieval portrait of the third Roman Emperor.
RMD8RDDB–Constantine I or Constantine the Great (272-337), Roman Emperor, Wood cut Portrait by Andre Thevet, 1584
RMHTYJG2–Head from a statue of a man, probably Eastern Roman Emperor Arcadius (395-408 AD) on display in the Glyptothek Museum in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
RMDE013P–Roman Emperor Claudius I. Hand-colored woodcut
RME12H0K–Jan. 10, 2012 - Animal Cemetery at the Island of Norderney: The Roman Emperor Caligula (37-41 after Christ) once made a horse to a consul - This probably was the blunder of a person suffering from delusions of grandeur; but the burial of beloved domestic animals - which is already a custom in America - nowadays is no rare thing also in the Federal Republic of West-Germany. The inhabitants of the island of Norderney even have good reasons to do so. Having no institute for utilization of the dead beasts, they installed a cemetery for the dead animals
RMD86JBB–GALBA, ROMAN EMPEROR
RM2BDXET2–Justinian I, Eastern Roman Emperor
RMD7KKCF–Geta (189 – 211). Roman Emperor. Bust. Glyptothek. Munich. Germany.
RMKCEHJ6–Claudius Roman emperor, marble bust
RMDC9CCW–Louis XIV as a roman Emperor, 'War Room', Château de Versailles. Plaster, marbles, gilded bronze.
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