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Augustus Caesar
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Augustus, Roman bust (marble), century AD, (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston).

Adopted by Caesar, Octavian finally became known as Caesar Augustus (Divine Caesar) in 27 BCE when the senate made him emperor in exchange for him "symbolically" giving up the title of dictator.

Sculpture Bust of clean-shaven Roman man with carefully arranged hair.

Born Gaius Octavius, he was adopted posthumously by his great-uncle Gaius Julius…

Augustus Caesar

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Despite his age, Rome’s Emperor Augustus was always depicted as a vibrant young man. The idealized portraits of him were kept young even after his death. Pictured: “Augustus” (Roman Imperial Period, or century A.

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Emperor Tiberius, Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).:
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marmarinos: “Ancient Roman bust of Emperor Tiberius, who was born on this day, November in 42 BCE. Currently located in the Louvre.

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Agrippina the Younger was Emperor Nero's mother and known as one of the most ambitious cold-blooded women in history...Agrippina the Younger has been described by both the ancient and modern sources as ‘ruthless, ambitious, violent and domineering’. She was a beautiful and reputable woman...
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Agrippina the Younger was the pervert Roman Emperor Nero's mother and known as one of the most ruthless, violent and cold-blooded pagan women in history.

Agrippina the Younger - sister to Caligula; wife (and niece) to Claudius; mother to Nero. Rumor has it she poisoned Claudius with the hope of ruling through Nero. Nero eventually had her killed.

Introduction: Agrippina the Younger fascinated ancient writers, and modern scholars continue to tell her story with relish. From the time of Tacitus to the present, her forceful personality and extensive influence captured the imagination of historians.

Agrippina the Younger was Emperor Nero's mother and known as one of the most ambitious cold-blooded women in history...Agrippina the Younger has been described by both the ancient and modern sources as ‘ruthless, ambitious, violent and domineering’. She was a beautiful and reputable woman...

Agrippina the Younger was Emperor Nero's mother and known as one of the most ambitious cold-blooded women in history...Agrippina the Younger has been described by both the ancient and modern sources as ‘ruthless, ambitious, violent and domineering’. She was a beautiful and reputable woman...
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Julius Caesar by Ferrucci
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Octavian Augustus Caesar 63 BC – 19 August 14 AD - Octavian, reformed the Republic as a Principate, with himself as Rome's "first citizen" (princeps). he is customarily called the first Roman Emperor.
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Octavian Augustus Caesar 63 BC – 19 August 14 AD - Octavian, reformed the Republic as a Principate, with himself as Rome's "first citizen" (princeps). he is customarily called the first Roman Emperor.

Octavian Augustus Caesar 63 BC – 19 August 14 AD - Octavian, reformed the Republic as a Principate, with himself as Rome's "first citizen" (princeps). he is customarily called the first Roman Emperor.
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Poppaea Sabina, wife of the Emperor Nero. Marble Bust, 1st c AD. National Museum of Rome, Palazzo Massimo
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Poppaea Sabina, wife of the Emperor Nero. Marble Bust, 1st c AD. National Museum of Rome, Palazzo Massimo

Poppaea Sabina, wife of the Emperor Nero. Marble Bust, 1st c AD. National Museum of Rome, Palazzo Massimo

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Agrippina the Elder lived from 14 BCE to 33 CE. She was the granddaughter of Augustus, daughter of Augustus’s right hand man Agrippa, and the wife of the beloved general Germanicus. After Agrippa died, Agrippina’s mother married Tiberius. This was an unhappy marriage, as Tiberius had been forced to divorce Vipsania, who he was deeply in love with. Agrippina never saw her mother again after she was exiled for adultery.

Vipsania Agrippina or most commonly known as Agrippina Major was a prominent Roman woman of the first century AD. Agrippina was the wife of the general and statesman Germanicus and a relative to the first Roman Emperors. She was the second granddaughter

Emperor Caligula, Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD (Art School and Museum, Worcester Mass.).

Emperor Caligula, Roman bust (marble), century AD (Art School and Museum, Worcester Mass.

OCTAVIAN. The man who would later become the emperor Augustus is shown with a beard as a sign of mourning for Julius Caesar. (Erich Lessing/Art Resource, NY)

January BC – Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus is granted the title Augustus by the Roman Senate, marking the beginning of the Roman Empire.

(c. 98-117 CE) Emperor Trajan

Trajan Latin: Imperator Caesar Nerva Traianus Divi Nervae filius 18 September 53 – 8 August 117 AD) was Roman emperor from 98 to 117 AD. Officially declared by the Senate optimus princeps ("the best ruler"),

Vibia Sabina (83–136/137) was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian. She married Hadrian in 100.

Vibia Sabina was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian. She married Hadrian in

Julius Caesar

Roman Republic: This is a statue of Julius Caesar. One of his most important battles was against the Gauls where he seized Alesia and eventually the civil war that would cause the Roman collapse and allow Julius Caesar to become Rome's first emperor.

The Roman Emperor Trajan.  We see history gratis through the eyes of countless, often nameless, artists. I suspect far-future generations will too. Support the arts.

The Roman Emperor Trajan. We see history gratis through the eyes of countless, often nameless, artists. I suspect far-future generations will too. Support the arts.

Portrait of the roman emperor Commodus.  Marble. 180—192 A.D.  Inv. No. I 15.  Vienna, Museum of Art History, Collection of Classical Antiquities.

The mad king Emperor Commodus, head of Roman statue (marble), century AD, (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna).

A marble bust of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius, r. 138-161 CE. (The Vatican Museums, Rome).

A marble bust of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius, reign AD (The Vatican Museums, Rome).

Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus, known as Caligula, The [Roman] (14.37) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marble portrait bust of the emperor Gaius, known as Caligula

Caligula, Julio-Claudian Roman Marble Source: Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus, known as Caligula, The [Roman]

oldest representation of Julius Caesar

The oldest representation of Julius Caesar was in the form of a bust. Busts would become typical methods of representation among the Roman aristocracy and future Emperors.

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