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isis_fortuna. Silver statuette of the goddess with syncretic symbolism: the attributes of Isis (uraeus--cobra--headdress, small bucket on arm) and Fortuna (ship's rudder). Roman, 1st century CE. Naples, National Archaeological Museum.

Arch of Septimius Severus Roman Forum, Rome, Lazio, Italy 203 A.D. Photograph Photographer: Robert Macpherson Print: albumen prints (256 x 305 mm) Type: Photographic print Copyright: © Courtauld Institute of Art

The Samnite took his name from those people defeated by Rome's Capuan allies in 312 BCE. and the armour he wore and the weapons he used were supposedly adopted as a sign of contempt for the Samnites. He used a large oblong shield (scutum) and wore a metal or boiled leather greave (ocrea) on his left leg. He also wore a visored helmet (galea) with a large crest and plume and was armed with a sword (gladius).

Colossal statue Antinous as Dionysos—Osiris. Detail. Marble. 130s A.D. Inv. No. 256. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Clementine Museum, Round Room.