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Rooma impeerium 116 a (suurim ulatus). Roomlane esivanemate büstidega. Roomlase pea, 3. saj eKr. Kapitooliumi Brutus e Lucius Junius Brutus, pronks, 3. saj eKr. Pompeius, 50 eKr. Cicero büst, marmor. Octaviuse büst, 39eKr. Caesari büst. Caesar mündil.

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preconnesian garland sarcophagus blue tinged marble h with lid 5 5 l 7 4 gift abdo debbas 1870 70 1
Preconnesian Garland SarcophagusBlue-tinged marble, h. (with lid) 5' 5'' l. 7' 4''Gift, Abdo Debbas, 1870 (70.1)
section of mystery frieze from villa of the mysteries pompeii wall painting size na c 50 b c
Section of Mystery Frieze, from Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii, wall painting, size: NA, c. 50 B.C
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An Aedicula with small landscape, from the "Black Room" of the Imperial Villa at Boscotrecase, last decade of 1st century BC
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A mythological scene depicting Hercules as a baby strangling snakes sent as a punishment by Hera at the House of the Vettii
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A mosaic from Pompeii, “If one subscribed to Epicurean philosophy, this mosaic might be appropriate, since Epicureans considered death not an evil but a democratic reality for all human beings.  This particular piece actually made up the top of table, as a reminder to diners and partiers to eat, drink and be merry lest they die tomorrow. ”