|Statue of Isis
|An image of the statue of Isis, Museum of Naples.
|An illustration of the Roman god of season and plant growth, Vertummus.
|Equestrian Statue of Nonius Balbus
|Equestrian Statue of Nonius Balbus, Jun.
|Ganymede Carried up to Olympus
|A statue of Ganymede carried up to Olympus.
|A restored figure of Europa from a marble group in the Vatican.
|The Flight from Troy
|Painted terracotta from Pompeii.
|Bust from a statuette in the Villa Albani (Rome).
|Herm in the Villa Albani, Rome.
|A Vestal Virgin
|Upper part of a statue from the House of the Vestals at Rome.
|Wearing the Toga
|Roman statue at Dresden, of Republican time.
|A bronze group from Arezzo.
|Marble statue in the Palazzo Lancelotti, Rome. Copy of a fifth century bronze statue by the Greek sculptor Myron.
|Statue in the Vatican.
|Ivory statuette found in a Roman Villa.
|Bronze Figure Head of a Roman Vessel
|From the sea near Actium. In the British Museum.
|Sculptured Column from the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
|In the British Museum. End of the fourth century B.C.
|Archaic bronze statuette from Todi in the British Museum.
|Illustration of a Roman head. In the Boulak Museum. Drawn by Bourgoin.
|Sculpture from one of the Columns of the Temple of Diana
|A sculpture from one of the columns of the temple of Diana which existed in the time of St. Paul.
|Sculpture of a gladiator from sepulchral cippus of Baton, a gladiator celebrated under Caracalla.
|Victorious auriga or driver in the games of the Circus, from a statue in the Vatican.
|Head of an Old Roman
|Realistic rendering of an old Roman, ca. 60 B.C.
|Marble Portrait of a Man
|Portrait of a man, a Roman artwork, 1st century B.C.
|Sculpture of an Old Man with Coverlet
|Marble sculpture of an old man with coverlet, 1st century B.C.
|Old Woman with the Nodus
|A Roman artwork of an old woman with the "nodus" made of Greek marble.
|Head of a Young Woman
|Head of a young woman with a simple hairstyle made of pentelic marble, 30-25 BC.
|Marius a Roman Artwork
|The so-call "Marius" made of marble, 1st century B.C.
|Bust of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
|Bust of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.
|Bust of a Woman
|Marble bust of a woman, 1st century.
|Bust of Germanicus
|Bust of Germanicus.
|Marble Bust of Germanicus
|Marble bust of Germanicus from Cordoba, Spain.
|Marble Head of Heracles
|Marble head of Heracles, 2nd century C.E.
|Marble Roman Artwork
|A marble Roman sculpture, 30 B.C.
|Portrait Head of Aeschine
|Portrait head Aeshcine on a medallion, 4th century BCE.
|Capitoline Antinoos, a marble, Roman copy of a Greek statue representing Hermes, 4th Century B.C. From the villa Adriana in Tivoli.
|Silenus Abducting a Menade
|Silenus abducting a menade in a mythological scene found in San Lorenzo in Strada presso Riccione; 1st century B.C.
|Statuette of Diana the Huntress
|Gallo-Roman bronze statuette of Diana the Huntress. second half of the 1st century AD.
|Isis - Fortuna Figurine
|Roman bronze figurine of Isis-Fortuna, 1st century A.D.
|Jupiter or Neptune
|Ancient Roman bronze of either Jupiter of Neptune.
|Figurine of Mars
|Bronze figurine of Mars wearing a breastplate.
|Bronze Figurine of Mercury
|Bronze figurine of Mercury.
|Ancient Roman bronze figurine.
|Bronze statuette of the Roman period.
|Bronze Head with Gold Lips of a Young Man with Diadem
|Roman imitation of the Greek classic style of the 5th century BC (ca. Christ birth).Bronze head with gold lips of a young man with Diadem.
|Bronze Roman Artwork
|Bronze Roman artwork, 27-25 BC.
|Plaster Cast of Agrippina Minor
|Plaster cast of Agrippina Minor at Pushkin, Museum.
|Statue of a Roman General
|Statue of a Roman general made of marble, BC. From Tusculum, Italy.
|Roman Copy of the Maenad
|Roman copy of the Maenad during the time Severus. On display in the main cloister of the Museo archeologico regionale di Palermo, Italy.
|The Farnese Hercules, preserved in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
|Preserved Farnese Hercules
|The Farnese Hercules, preserved in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
|Head of the Capituline Venus
|Head of the Capituline Venus, Rome - Capituline Museum.
|One of the best preserved copies of Praxiteles` Cnidian Venus.
|Roman Copy of the Bust of Aeschines
|Roman copy of the bust of Aeschines after after a Greek original of the late 4th century BCE.
|So-called Alcibiades Conservatori
|The so-called Alciabades after the after a Greek original of the 4th century BC. Palazzo dei Conservatori, Hall of the Triumphs.
|Alexander the Great
|Roman copy after the Hellenistic original from 3rd–2nd century BCE of Alexander the Great.
|Head of the Wounded Amazon of the Capitol-Sosikles Type
|Roman copy after the bronze original of the head of a wounded Amazon of the Capitol-Sosikles type.
|Head of Apollo from a Greek Original of the 4th century
|Roman copy of the head of Apollo of the Anzio type.
|Roman Copy of Omphalos Apollo
|Roman copy of Omphalos Apollo after a Greek original of 480–460 BCE.
|Roman Copy of a Drunken Woman
|Roman copy of a drunken woman Marble, after a Greek original of the 2nd century BC (200–180).
|Bust of Demosthenes
|Marble bust of Demostehenes, Roman copy after a Greek original (280 BC).
|Head of Cnidus Aphrodite
|A Roman copy from the from the Imperial Era after a Greek original of the head Cnidus Aphrodite.
|Head of the type of the Anzio Apollo
|Roman copy of the head of the type of the Anzio Apollo. From the early Flavian period after a Greek original from the second half of the 4th century BC.
|Marble Roman Copy of the Eubulus
|Roman copy of the so called Eubulus, after a Greek original of the 4th century BC.
|Marble Roman Copy of Euripides
|Marble Roman copy of the bust of Euripides.
|Marble Roman Copy of Gaul
|Marble Roman copy of Gaul after a Hellenistic original, from the group commissioned by Attalos I of Pergamon.
|Head of Helmeted Youth
|Head of a helmeted youth, Roman copy from a Greek original of the 4th century BCE.
|Marble Head of Hera with Diadem
|Hera with diadem, a Roman copy from the Imperial Era after the Barberini Hera type.
|Sophocles of the Farnese Type
|Marble Roman copy after a Greek origina of Sophocles of the Farnese type.
|Marble Roman Copy of Ephebe
|Bust of Ephebe, a Roman copy from the Greek original of the late 5th century BC.
|Bust of Homer
|Bust of Homer made of marble. A Roman copy after an Hellenistic original of the 2nd century BC.
|Statue of Hermes
|Marble Roman copy of Hermes after a Greek original of the early 4th century BC.
|Bust of Homer
|Bust of Homer, a Greek poet. A Roman copy after an Hellenistic original of the 2nd century BC.
|Copy of Timotheos
|A Roman copy of Timotheos, after a Greek original of the 4th century BC. Capitoline Museums, Rome, Italy.
|Bust of Sophocles
|Marble Roman copy of Sophocles, one of the influential writers of ancient Greece.
|Female Portrait of the so-called Sappho
|Portrait of the so-called Sappho with inscription "Sappho Eresia". A marble Roman copy of a Greek original of the 5th century BC.
|Bust of Pythagoras
|Bust of Pythagoras. Roman copy of the bust of Pythagoras Greek original, Capitoline Museums, Rome.
|Bust of Pindar
|Bust of Pindar - Ancient Greek lyric poet. A Roman copy after a Greek original of the 5th century BCE.
|Statue of a Drunk Woman
|Statue of a drunk woman, a Marble Roman copy after an Hellenistic original.
|Statue of Camillus
|Bronze statue of Camillus (1st century CE) at the Capitline Museum, Rome.
|Bronze Bust of the so-called Capitoline Brutus
|Bronze Bust of the so-called Capitoline Brutus, Capitoline Museums, Rome, Italy.
|Statue of Heracles
|Statue of Herascles, 2nd century CE. Heracles with club, lion skin and golden apples.
|Ancient Roman copy of the Arezzo Minerva.
|Bust of Seneca
|Ancient Roman bronze of the so-called Seneca, on display at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy.
|Bust Identified as Seneca
|Marble bust that has been long identified as Seneca after the discovery of an inscripted portrait bearing Seneca`s name. This was after the lost Hellenistic original of the 2nd century BC.
|Roman Copy of Antisthenes
|Roman copy of Antisthesnes after a lost Hellenistic original of the late 3rd century BC.
|Bust of Aristotle
|Bust of Aristotle with a modern addition of a mantle. After a Greek bronze original by Lysippos from 330 BC.
|Portrait of Chrysippus of Soli
|Marble Roman copy of the stoic philosopher Chrysippus of Soli.
|Marble Roman Copy of Chrysippos of Soli
|Chrysippos of Soli a Roman copy after a lost Hellenistic original of the late 3rd century BC.
|Roman Copy of the Bust of Demosthenes
|Marble Roman Copy of the Bust of Demosthenes, after a Greek original of 280 BC.
|Marble Roman Copy of Aspasia
|Marble Roman copy of Aspasia after an Hellenistic original.
|Marble Bust of Demosthenes
|Marble bust of Demosthenes. A Roman copy of the first half of the 2nd century AD after a Hellenistic original.
|Bust of a Companion of Odysseus
|Marble Roman copy of the bust of a companion of Odysseus.
|Roman General Statue
|Statue of a Roman General, 1st century B.C.
|Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
|Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa from Altes Museum, Berlin.
|Head of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
|Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa head made of luni marble, 1st century B.C.
|Statue of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
|Statue of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, marking the beginning of the reign of Augustus. From Collection of the Archaeological Museum of Venice.
|Reproduction of a Statue
|Reproduction of a statue whose original is in the Museum of Roman Art Merida.
|Roman Statue of Pompeii
|The statue of Pompeii in Villa Arconati a Castellazzo di Bollate (Milan, Italy).
|Statue of Julius Caesar from the Roman Forum
|Statue of Julius Caesar from the Roman Forum.
|Jupiter Tonans sculpture, on display at Museo del Prado (Madrid, Spain).
|Bust of Zeus
|Bust of Zeus known as "Jupiter of Versailles".
|Braschi Antinous marble head.
|Statue of Marcellus
|Marble statue of Marcellus represented as Hermes, 20 B.C.
|Marble statue of Hermes the Orator, after the Greek original of the 5th century BC.
|Statue of the Ludovisi Hermes Type
|Marble roman copy of Hermes psychopompus, 1st century CE.
|Antinous Mondragone bust from the Mondragone villa in Frascati (Italy).
|Roman bronze sculpture of Trebonianus Gallus.
|Emperor Augustus - Modern Statue
|Emperor Augustus - Modern statue at Waldgirmes, Germany.
|Sculpture of a Young Boy
|Sculpture of a young boy, 2nd century AD, Berlin, Antikensammlung.
|Marble Roman artwork of Apollo Kitharoids.
|Roman Copy of a Greek Work
|Roman copy of a Greek work from Athens, 330 BC. Berlin Altes Museum.
|A Roman Copy of Eirene Bearing Plutus
|A Roman copy of Eirene bearing Plutus after a Greek votive statue, 370 BC.
|Head of Socrates
|Head of Socrates, a Roman copy by Lyssip, 470-399 BC.
|Roman Copy of the Portrait of Socrates
|Roman copy of the portrait of Socrates, Museo archeologico regionale di Palermo, Italy.
|Roman Statue of Urania
|Roman statue of Urania made in marble, 2nd-1st century BC. National Archaeological Museum of Spain.