Roman Republic

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Bust of Lucius Junius Brutus, Capitoline Museum, Rome. The Romans threw off Etruscan rule in 509 B., establishing the Roman Republic. Brutus (not to be confused with the much later Brutus who killed Caesar) led the revolt. Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Roman History, Art History, Roman Characters, Rome Antique

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Closeup of a Bust of Lucius Junius Brutus one of the first co-consuls of the Roman Republic by Ludovico Lombardo 1550 CE Bronze Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Roman History, Art History, Art Romain, Rome Antique

Closeup of a Bust of Lucius Junius Brutus one of the first co-consuls of the Roman Republic by Ludovico Lombardo 1550 CE Bronze

Photographed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California.

The Empress Sabina, Roman, C. 130 CE Vibia Sabina was a Roman… Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Chateau Saint Ange, Sculpture Romaine, Roman Hairstyles

Women were citizens in roman society, but could not vote or hold office. Women from wealthy or powerful families often held some influence over what went on with the family.

The structure of Roman society and vote during the Roman Republic Roman Republic, The Republic, Rome Pictures, Outline Pictures, Ancient Pompeii, Ancient World History, Contemporary History, Roman History, Historical Artifacts

Roman society and vote during the Republic

A picture of Roman society and vote during the Republic

Bronze portrait of Marcus Agrippa found near the Arch of Augustus in Susa Italy Roman Julio-Claudian century CE Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Bronze Sculpture, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Art Romain, Famous Historical Figures, Roman History, Roman Art

Bronze portrait of Marcus Agrippa found near the Arch of Augustus in Susa Italy Roman Julio-Claudian 1st century CE

Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

fuckyeahhistorycrushes: “ “ Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix - Dictator/General/Conqueror ” The poor guy had a terrible case of rosacea, according to some ancient sources, but they all agree that he was. Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman History, Art History, Roman Consul, Statues, Art Romain

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fuckyeahhistorycrushes: “ “ Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix - Dictator/General/Conqueror ” The poor guy had a terrible case of rosacea, according to some ancient sources, but they all agree that he was...

Mithridates VI, King of Pontus (c. 134 - 63 BC), claimed Alexander the Great… Ancient Near East, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Greek History, Ancient History, Roman Republic, Gold And Silver Coins, Alexander The Great, Ancient Jewelry

Roman Crete

Mithridates VI, King of Pontus (c. 134 - 63 BC), claimed Alexander the Great and Darius of Persia as ancestors. This Greco-Persian king challenged the power of Rome in the first century BC. His followers looked to Mithradates as a savior who would free them from harsh Roman occupation, taxation, exploitation, and slavery. He was feared as a second Hannibal. In 88 BC he massacred 80,000 Roman citizens, and seized Greece and Anatolia. Romans were hated and resented for their oppression and…

Denarius of Juno Moneta (c. In 390 BCE, the goddess’s sacred geese warned (monere) the Romans of an attack by Gauls, thus her temple on the Capitoline was dedicated to Juno Moneta and the coin mint established nearby. Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman History, Art History, Roman Artifacts, Roman Gods, Antique Coins, World Coins

Denarius of Juno Moneta (c. 46 BCE). In 390 BCE, the goddess's sacred geese warned (monere) the Romans of an attack by Gauls, thus her temple on the Capitoline was dedicated to Juno Moneta and the coin mint established nearby. London, British Museum.

Senator.Roman period.3rd.cent.A.D. by mxpeyne, via Flickr Roman Republic, Roman Empire, Art And Architecture, Les Oeuvres, Statues, Period, History, Antiques, Roman Art

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