Right profile view of a Roman-period Portrait in bronze of an unidentified aristocratic Flavian lady discovered at Empúries (province of Girona; Ampurias in Spanish), sometimes referred to as the Dama d’Empúries. The elaborate hairstyle is characteristic of the last quarter of the first century CE.
(On loan from Barcelona to MNAT (Museu Nacional Arqueològic de Tarragona) in 2014.
MAC - Barcelona, inv. 15096
The god Thoth in his guise as an Ibis.
Things that caught my eye in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.
An elaborate fresco in relief combining stucco reliefs and painted images. The central image is the drunkeness of a god, probably Dyonisis but perhaps Hercules.
View of the west side of the so-called Monument (Cenotaph) of the Julii (= Le Mausolée de Glanum) at the site of Glanum in Provence, France (modern St-Remy-de-Provence). On the base: Battle over the body of a fallen warrior (Patroclus?).
Date: first quarter of the first century CE.