RMAYFC4F–Volubilis Roman ruins Dates from the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD Sunset silhouettes the curved archways of the Basilica Morocco
RMACAP0P–Wall painting of the enthroned Roman deity Dionysus from the ruins of Pompeii. Color lithograph
RMBP5JY8–4355. LARGE, DECORATED ROMAN PERIOD OIL LAMP
RME3NPJJ–Joséphine Sarazin de Belmont - The Roman Theater, Taormina - 1825
RMMKT00N–Julius Ceasar Roman Ruler
RMENTA24–Architectural capriccio with preacher in roman ruins 02/10/2013 - 18th century Collection
RMF7P31B–Coffin lid. Painted terracotta. Roman Period (3rd-4th centuries AD).
RMD3WBJ1–The ring worn by Cardinal Keith O'Brien, the most senior Roman Catholic cleric in Scotland
RMERGTNX–The Roman Empire - street scene with vendors. Romans, produce, food, crafts, market, book seller, merchant, merchants, guard,
RMKECHXA–Marble Bust of Roman Man, Right Profile, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York, USA, July 1961
RMM42ADT–Blacksmith workshop depicted in the Roman marble relief from the 1st century AD from Pompeii from the Borgia Collection on display in the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, Campania, Italy.
RMC7E0JN–Public fountain at the roman Forum. Herculaneum. Italy.
RMHF4TKY–Panoramic art of Roman Mosaic of Theatre Masks, National Archaeological Museum, Naples, Italy
RMT835EH–A Roman bronze figure depicting a gladiator 2nd/3rd century AD. Bronze, partly with bright green patina. Vivid depiction of a gladiator of the 'murmillo' type. Shield and feet are missing. Height 7 cm. One of the most famous representatives of the murmillo type gladiator was Spartacus, the leader of the slave revolt named after him (73 - 71 BC). Provenance: South German private collection, 1970s and later. historic, historical, Roman Empire, ancient world, ancient times, ancient world, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMECFRDF–Harbor with Roman Ruins, circa 1750 Leonardo Coccorante
RFDWX2G3–The Great Bath, part of the Roman Baths in Bath, UK
RFBCBF1X–The illustrations depicts a Roman lictor, general, general celebrating a triumph, magistrate, officer.
RMCTC0KG–Baalbek Roman Ruins, Lebanon
RMENA05B–Italy. Rome. Roman Forum. Temple of Vesta. Roman Old Kingdom.
RMDA3271–Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus, Roman tribunes known as The Gracchi, 2nd century BC. Digitally colored halftone of a statue
RMBP5HX8–3383. ROMAN POTTERY; JARS, JUGS AND PLATES EXCAVATED IN JERUSALEM
RMA98F3A–Roman Statue Rome Italy
RMADDBRK–Ephesus Museum, bust of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, from 2nd century CE, in Seljuk, Turkey
RMG39KEG–A Roman gladiator fully equipped for the arena, with body armour, a large curved shield, helmet and dagger Date: 100-200 AD
RFE649R7–Cardo Maximus, Colonnaded Street, Roman ruins, Jerash, Jordan
RMF7PKHR–Roman wall painting titled 'Lady Musician and Young Girl' from a villa at Boscoreale
RFBCK9RT–Roman mosaic of bull pulling a chariot at the Villa Romana or Ericulia or Casale Dei Saraceni, Morgantina, Sicily
RMB10RG2–Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire of Otto I. 962 AD Hofburg Palace, Vienna
RMBAR1KF–Roman womans head classical marble sculpture
RMA7AWCY–Jordan, Jerash, Roman Centurion in historical rec-enactment
RMBY02GC–Roman art. Relief commemorating the victories of a gladiator represented in various struggles with its adversaries.
RFATJCWR–Roman Forum Rome Italy
RMAD0RB8–Statue of the Roman emperor Trajan in London.
RMAP33GR–Roman Coin: Constantius Gallus Caesar (obverse)
RMAF49G1–Roman re enactment society members during a performance
RMDHF2XW–Man dressed as a Roman Catholic cardinal at the head of the Procession of the South Street Bonfire Society - Lewes bonfire night
RMENK035–The queen of roads of the old Roman Road system was the Appian Way linking Rome to the south of Italy, Rome, Lazio, Italy
RFA5X8G5–Portugal Alentejo Evora Roman Temple Remains Granite Columns Corinthian Capitals
RFAPBABB–Roman aqueduct Pont del Diable near Tarragona Spain
RM2GJ5FP0–The Roman Virtues. Coins with figures of Concordia, Pudicitia, Clementia, Pietas, Libertas, Pax, Honos and Virtus. Copperplate engraving from Andrew Tooke’s The Pantheon, Representing the Fabulous Histories of the Heathen Gods, London, 1757.
RMPFD237–Man in Roman toga reading parchment
RMBBP2PB–Ancient roman latrine public toilets at Ephesus in Turkey
RME1GG5W–Stone scene depicts a teacher of the Roman School and two students seated during class; whilst a third student arrives late. Both the teacher and students are shown wearing heavy clothes and leather shoes. Dated 1st Century B.C.
RMD4P31H–Ancient Britons oppose the Roman landings
RMA9PPYY–Roman soldiers. Hand-colored print
RMBP5JD0–3761. ROMAN SOLDIER WITH HELMET
RM2D98TKN–Roman Gladiator. Engraving entitled 'Two Gladiators Fighting in front of an Arch' by Master of the Die, c. 1530-60
RM2JDX41B–Roman gold coin dating from 217AD showing the head of Roman emperor Marcus Opellius Macrinus (165-218).
RFATJA3J–Arch of Titus Roman Forum Rome Italy
RMW7CCJF–Illustration from Le Roman de Troie (The Romance of Troy) by Benoît de Sainte-Maure.
RMDTGGR5–Table top of ancient Roman Marbles
RMFPTP5E–Jean Honoré Fragonard - Roman Park with Fountain - 1774
RM2NT5NRX–OVID (43 BC-17/18 AD) Roman poet in an 18th century engraving
RMGG2BCY–Roman coin representing Julius Caesar Antiquity Roman art
RMGB0WGC–London Olympic Games 1948 - Wrestling - Earls Court. Stock shot of one of the winners being proclaimed after a Greco-Roman style wrestling match.
RMATYT58–Statue of the roman emperor Antoine
RMW1JRKA–Rome, Roman forum, 1916
RMFKC62H–Italian Risorgimento 1831 Rome - Roman conspirators on the Gianicolo
RME1GG5Y–A Roman fresco, discovered in Pompeii, depicits a woman seated on a bronze chair, with a back, playing a Greek musical instrument called a Kithara. Chairs with a back for the Romans was a symbol of dignity or respect, reserved for high officials or woman of rank (the ceremonial use of thrones a vestige of this tradition) such as the woman in this fresco. Dated 50 B.C.
RMDRB025–Venus, the Roman goddess of love, with Amor (Cupid) clutching love's arrow by Hans Holbein the Younger
RM2J14T7W–A Roman Feast by the Italian artist, Roberto Bompiani (1821-1908), oil on canvas, late 19th century
RM2JDTW3E–Roman coin dating from 48BC showing the head of Vercingetorix (80-46BC) king and chieftain of the Arverni tribe and a war chariot on the reverse.
RMC8MPFJ–Istanbul Turkey Column Of Constantine Roman Column Dedicating The Declaration Of Byzantium As The New Capital City Of The Roman Empire
RMP9JMH4–Allegory of the Nile, Roman statue.
RMDTF6RT–Roman lamp and fossil brachiopod
RMG1NFFC–Luis Monroy - Roman Charity - Museo Nacional de Arte de Mexico
RMH3EC2T–ROMAN HORSE DRAWN BALLISTA from De Rebus Bellicis (On The Things of War) published in 1552 being a reprint of a much earlier work
RMGG2BND–Miniature, 'Ancient Roman Stories' or 'Book of Caesar': Caesar's murder 1364 Miniature
RMG80385–William Wheeler, who is to be coadjutor bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Middlesbrough.
RMF2AXRD–Roman Catholic Bishops after their elevation to Cardinals on Dec. 16, 1929. Sistine Chapel, Vatican. Eugenio Pacelli, the future, Pope Pius XII, is fifth from left, top. (CSU 2015 9 996)
RMHRJF49–Ancient Roman Theater
RMMKM135–Roman Ruins at Taormina
RMW4BX08–Lazio, Minturno, Roman aqueduct, 1920-30
RMRXWRFM–ItaItaly, Lazio, Rome underground -Roman Archaeology, VII Coorte dei Vigili
RMBB4PKG–In ancient Greek mythology, Ares was the god of war. In Roman mythology, he is associated with Mars.
RMMP1CTN–The Roman Ampitheater, El Djem, Tunisia, circa 1906
RM2M79T4T–Galileo facing the Roman Inquisition, 1857, Painting by Cristiano Banti
RMAG7YAG–Coiffures of Roman ladies. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBP27BF–THE COLONADED STREET, ROMAN PERIOD
RM2N5PF85–Agrippina the Younger. Bust of the Roman Empress and mother of Nero, Julia Agrippina (AD 15-AD 59), engraving, c. 1646-70
RMGD9WW7–Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday
RMP9JTC7–Partial view of the Roman ruins of Italica.
RMF3PG4W–The Roman Baths in Bath are a major tourist attraction.
RMG2JA7J–Claude Lorrain - Villa in the Roman Campagna - Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
RMDGX4MX–Study of Clouds over the Roman Campagna - by Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes, 1787
RMGG2BK5–Roman mosaic, Plato and his disciples Antiquity Roman art National museum of Naples
RMG85C45–Construction continues around the new Roman Catholic Cathedral in Liverpool, due to open in May (1967). It will be called The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King.
RMF2B0YT–Capt. Roman Proske, an animal trainer born in Vienna in 1898. At age 13 he ran away from home to join the circus. He tamed and trained his big cats without using whips or chairs. 1938 (CSU 2015 9 1015)