Bust of Roman Emperor Vespasian
A portrait bust of Roman Emperor Vespasian (1st century CE), recovered from the River Tiber. (Palazzo Massimo, National Museum of Rome).
Roman Military Diploma
Bronze military diploma of an infantryman named Dasmenus Azalus, who served in the auxiliary units of the Roman army. Issued c. 149 CE. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Roman Theater, Amman
The theater was built into a hillside and has a capacity of 6000 people. Reign of the Roman emperor Antonius Pius, 138-161 CE. Modern-day Amman city, Jordan.
Roman Baths, Empuries
Part of the Roman baths at Empuries (Emporiae), north-eastern Spain. 1st-2nd centuries CE.
Roman Baths at Gaujac, France
Remains of Roman baths at the Oppidum Saint Vincent (Gaujac, Gard, France), built between 20-25 CE.
Roman Voluptuous Naked Figurine
A voluptuous nude figurine from Roman Egypt, 2nd century CE. On display as part of the 2018 CE exhibition 'Naked! The Art of Nudity' at the Antikenmuseum, Basel, Switzerland. © Ruedi Habegger, Antikenmuseum Basel und Sammlung Ludwig
Coin Depicting Roman Emperor Postumus
A gold aureus coin depicting the Roman emperor Postumus (r. 259-268 CE)
Reconstructed Roman army tent, standards, and military equipment. Xanten Römerfest, 2012.
A re-enactor kitted out as an optio of the Roman army. The optio was one of the principales officers and responsible for training amongst other duties.
Roman Emperor Vitellius
A bust of Roman Emperor Vitellius, 69 CE (Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen)