Roman helmet worn by the elite Roman cavalry (equites Romani). 1st century AD (via: reddit originally from i.imgur.com). Type Nijmegen-Kops Plateau Face Mask, Nijmegen Museum, NL www.romancoins.info/MilitaryEquipment-Facemasks.html#Pfrondorf
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Fayum (or Fayoum) mummy portrait of a thin-faced man with a gilded wreath
Encaustic on limewood Ancient Egypt, Roman Period A.D. 140-170 During the 1st to 3rd century AD in Egypt, painted panel portraits (more commonly referred to as Fayoum or Fayum portraits) were bandaged over the heads of mummies. These portraits depict the inhabitants of Greco-Roman ancient Egypt in exacting detail. They were finely executed in encaustic paint on wood or stuccoed linen. Metropolitan Museum of Art
A ROMAN MARBLE TORSO OF VENUS , CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D.
A ROMAN MARBLE TORSO OF VENUS CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. The goddess depicted nude, originally standing with her weight on her left leg, her right slightly advanced, her torso with a fleshy paunch along her abdomen and a narrow waist, her left arm raised outward, her head turned sharply to her left, with long tresses of corkscrew curls framing her neck 8½ in. (21.6 cm.) high