Images of the past

A chronologue of beauty

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Ancient Roman Hairstyles and Headdresses during the Antoine Dynasty 117-192


Emperor Hadrian









Colossal portrait head of the emperor Hadrian with a wreath of oak leaves


Roman emperor Hadrian in Greek dress offers a sprig of laurel to Apollo




Vibia Sabina,wife of Hadrian








Vibia Sabina with a Flavian hairstyle




















Vibia Sabina wears a diadem that associates her with divinity,perhaps the goddess Artemis











Statue of Sabina as Venus Genetrix


Matidia the Younger,sister of Empress Sabina









Antinous,lover of Emperor Hadrian




Bust of Antinous wearing an ivy wreath


Antinous as the God Dionysos







Antinous with crown, a representation inspired from the Hellenistic period



Antinous as Dionysos, known as Lansdowne Antinous



Antinous represented as a Dionysiac figure








Statue of Antinous as Dionysus 



Colossal statue of Antinous as Dionysos-Osiris (ivy crown, head band, cistus and pine cone)


Antinous as a priest of the imperial cult



People from the Hadrianic Period,117-138





Portrait of a Roman woman, Trajan-Hadrian era


Statue of a woman “Sabine”, from the Trajan – Hadrian era

Marble bust of a priest,Hadrianic period 117-38 A.D.

Bust of a woman,early 2nd c. A.D.


Emperor Antoninus Pius

 






Faustina the Elder,wife of Antoninus Pius 
























Emperor Marcus Aurelius





Domitia Lucilla Minor,mother of Marcus Aurelius





Faustina Minor,wife of Marcus Aurelius













Statue of Fortuna-Isis restored as Faustina the Younger as Demeter 




Annia Lucilla,daughter of Marcus Aurelius


Annia Luccilla as Venus with her ancestor Emperor Hadrian as Mars


Emperor Lucius Verus




Lucius Verus as a priest


Avidia Plautia,mother of Lucius Verus





Emperor Commodus



 Bust of Commodus as Hercules

Cameo of Emperor Commodus with attributes of Apollo and Jupiter



People  from the later Antoine Dynasty




Bust of a young woman,125-135


Portrait bust of a young man,2nd c. A.D.


Head of a woman,c. 140-150 A.D.


Head of a woman,140-150 A.D.



Head of a Syrian woman,160-170 A.D.




Staue of Plancia Magna as a priestess of Artemis wearing a diadem 
adorned with small busts of emperors,2nd c. A.D.

bust of a woman associated with the imperial family,wearing a hairstyle from the 
Antonine period,c.180-200 A.D.



Statue of a dancer,2nd c. A.D.



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