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Limestone funerary cippus (tomb marker) Period: Imperial Date: 2nd–3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman, Cypriot Medium: Limestone Dimensions: H.: 24 7/8 x 10 1/2 in. (63.2 x 26.7 cm) Classification: Cesnola Inscriptions Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76 Accession Number: 74.51.2413

Limestone Funerary Cippus (Tomb Marker) - 100 - 200 AD - Roman, Cypriot The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ancient Rome AntiqueChromolithograph Machines by CarambasVintage

Ancient litograph of machines, tools and vehicles used in the Ancient Rome, by the German illustrator Friedrich Hottenroth Detail of mills.

Patrician in his litter carried by slaves in the Roman Forum in front of what appears to be the Basilica Julia.  From the HBO Epic about Rome

Patrician in his litter carried by slaves in the Roman Forum in front of what appears to be the Basilica Julia. From the HBO Epic about Rome.

the Agora in Athens ~ probably did not look much different during the Roman period

the Agora in Athens ~ probably did not look much different during the Roman period

Modesto Faustini, A Roman Street Scene with Musicians and a Performing Monkey.

A Roman Street Scene with Musicians and a Performing Monkey (oil on canvas) by Modesto Faustini

"Some of the best reliefs of women in the Roman period come from dedications to the Nutrices Augustae near Poetovio. "

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"Some of the best reliefs of women in the Roman period come from dedications to the Nutrices Augustae near Poetovio.

Greek Mythology, Family Tree... Perhaps I can use this when I teach about geneology??? Extension idea perhaps?

Greek Mythology Family Tree

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