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Bust of Roman Emperor Domitian (reign: 81 – 96 CE). This portrait type was created on the occasion of Domitian's accession to power. (Altes Museum Berlin)

Bust of Roman Emperor Domitian (reign: 81 – 96 CE). This portrait type was created on the occasion of Domitian's accession to power. (Altes Museum Berlin)

This posthumous bust shows Caesar as a statesman dressed in a toga. The marble inlays in the eyes are modern. Greywacke from Egypt, 1-50 AD Grüner Caesar Altes Museum, Berlin

This posthumous bust shows Caesar as a statesman dressed in a toga. The marble inlays in the eyes are modern. Greywacke from Egypt, 1-50 AD Grüner Caesar Altes Museum, Berlin

The wife of Antonius Pius and mother of Faustina the Younger died already in 141 AD and afterwards was given divine honours. This probably explains the large number of posthumously created portraits of the empress. Her artistic braised hairstyles became formative for the fashion of the time.

The wife of Antonius Pius and mother of Faustina the Younger died already in 141 AD and afterwards was given divine honours. This probably explains the large number of posthumously created portraits of the empress. Her artistic braised hairstyles became formative for the fashion of the time.

Bust of Antinous, 130 - 140 AD, from Rome, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Bust of Antinous, 130 - 140 AD, from Rome, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Two statues of Antinous, the so-called Omphalos Apollo, amended as Antinous and Antinous Agathodaemon,  Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Two statues of Antinous, the so-called Omphalos Apollo, amended as Antinous and Antinous Agathodaemon, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Antinous as Agathodemon. headless marble statue completed with an Antinous' head, 130–138 AD, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Antinous as Agathodemon. headless marble statue completed with an Antinous' head, 130–138 AD, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Antinous as Agathodemon. headless marble statue completed with an Antinous' head, 130–138 AD, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Antinous as Agathodemon. headless marble statue completed with an Antinous' head, 130–138 AD, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Two statues of Antinous, the so-called Omphalos Apollo, amended as Antinous and Antinous Agathodaemon,  Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Two statues of Antinous, the so-called Omphalos Apollo, amended as Antinous and Antinous Agathodaemon, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Statuette of Roman Emperor Trajan, early 2nd century AD, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

Statuette of Roman Emperor Trajan, early 2nd century AD, Altes Museum, Berlin | da Following Hadrian

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