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A Painter at Work . 1st century BCE –1st century CE . 17 7/8” × 17 3/8”.

A Painter at Work . 1st century BCE –1st century CE . 17 7/8” × 17 3/8”.

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A Painter at Work . 1st century BCE –1st century CE . 17 7/8” × 17 3/8”.

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  1. A Painter at Work. 1st century BCE–1st century CE. 17 7/8” × 17 3/8”.

  2. Denarius with Portrait of Julius Caesar. 44 BCE. Diameter approximately 3/4”.

  3. Gemma Augustea. Early 1st century CE. 7 ½” × 9”.

  4. Reconstruction Drawing of Pompeii.

  5. Plan and Reconstruction Drawing, House of the Silver Wedding. 1st century CE.

  6. Peristyle Garden, House of the Vettii. Rebuilt 62–79 CE.

  7. Plan of House of the Vettii. Rebuilt 62–79 CE.

  8. Wall Painting in the “Ixion Room,” House of the Vettii. Rebuilt 62–79 CE.

  9. Cupids Making Perfume, Wall Painting in the House of the Vettii. Rebuilt 62–79 CE.

  10. Plan of Villa of the Mysteries. Early 2nd century BCE.

  11. Initiation Rites of the Cult of Bacchus (?), Villa of the Mysteries. c. 60–50 BCE.

  12. Cityscape, House of Publius Fannius Synistor. c. 50–30 BCE.

  13. Still Life, House of the Stags (Cervi). Before 79 CE. Approx. 1’ 2" × 1’ 1/2”.

  14. Portrait of a Married Couple. Mid 1st century CE. Height 25 1/2”.

  15. Battle of Centaurs and Wild Beasts from Hadrian's Villa. c. 125 CE. 23” × 36”.

  16. Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius. c. 176 CE. Height of statue 11’ 6”.

  17. Signed by Herakleitos. The Unswept Floor. 2nd century CE.

  18. Sarcophagus with the Indian Triumph of Dionysus. c. 190 CE. 47 1/2" × 92 1/2" × 35 13/16”.

  19. Constantine the Great. 325–26 CE. Height of head 8’ 6”.

  20. Platter. Mid 4th century CE. Diameter approx. 24".

  21. Priestess of Bacchus (?). c. 390–401 CE. 11 3/4 × 4 3/4”.