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Dying Gaul, Roman copy of bronze
original from Pergamon, c. 220 BCE
Nike (Victory) of Samothrace,
Sanctuary of the Great Gods,
Samothrace, c. 180 BCE
Portrait of a young boy, Hawara (Egypt),
Roman period, c. 100-120 CE. encaustic on
wood.
Portrait of a husband and wife, wall painting
from atrium in house in Pompeii, Italy, ca. 7079 CE
“Unswept Floor” Mosaic, after painting by
Sosos of Pergamon, 2nd C CE
- mimesis: imitation of nature
- trompe l’oeil: “trick of the eye”
Bronze head of Augustus, from Meroe (Sudan),
27-25 BCE
Polykleitos, Doryphoros, Roman copy
after bronze original of c. 450-440 BCE
Model of a typical Etruscan temple of the sixth
century BCE [after the Portonaccio Temple,
Veii, Italy, c. 500 BCE (below)]
Temple of Portunus, Rome, Italy, ca. 75
BCE
Ara Pacis, [“Altar of Peace”], Rome, 13-9 BCE , det. of South Procession
- Augustus, Agrippa and imperial family
Forum and Markets of
Trajan, Rome, 112 CE
Pantheon, 125 CE,
Rome
Painted tondo of Septimius Severus and family,
Egypt, 193-211 CE
Dura Europos, Syria
Founded by
Romans 165CE
Sacked by Persians
256CE
Synagogue at Dura-Europos, Syria,
with wall-paintings of Old
Testament themes, ca. 245
Plan and
Reconstruction of the
Christian community
house at Dura-Europos,
Syria, ca. 240–256
Tetrarchs –
300CE,
Porphyry, 51”
tall
Cathedral of St.
Mark, Venice
Arch of Constantine, Rome, 312-15 CE (south face)
Celebrating Constantine’s defeat of Maxentius at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge (312 CE)
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