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Cartoon. Vector.  Set Funny gladiators.  Roman soldiers in armor. Travesty cartoon. Characters.  Isolated objects.

Cartoon. Vector. Set Funny gladiators. Roman soldiers in armor. Travesty cartoon. Characters. Isolated objects.

Portrait head of Emperor Constantine I, ca. 324–337; Constantinian; Late Antique period. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Mary Clark Thompson, 1923 (26.229) #noses #Connections

Portrait head of Emperor Constantine I, ca. 324–337; Constantinian; Late Antique period. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Mary Clark Thompson, 1923 (26.229) #noses #Connections

A ROMAN WALL PAINTING FRAGMENT  circa 1st century a.d.  Painted on a red ground, preserving a column at the center in white, with turquoise and yellow garlands spiralling along its length, with foliate borders in yellow on either side 28 in. (71.1 cm) high

A ROMAN WALL PAINTING FRAGMENT circa 1st century a.d. Painted on a red ground, preserving a column at the center in white, with turquoise and yellow garlands spiralling along its length, with foliate borders in yellow on either side 28 in. (71.1 cm) high

Chinese Zodiac flat icon set in squares - stock vector

Chinese Zodiac flat icon set in squares - stock vector

Roman fresco in the Third Pompeian Style (c. 20–10 BC). Recovered from Pompeii and now located in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.

Roman fresco in the Third Pompeian Style (c. 20–10 BC). Recovered from Pompeii and now located in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.

Janus - In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus (Latin: Ianus) is the god of beginnings and transitions,[1] thence also of gates, doors, doorways, endings and time. He is usually a two-faced god since he looks to the future and the past. The Romans dedicated the month of January to Janus. Source: Wikipedia

Janus - In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus (Latin: Ianus) is the god of beginnings and transitions,[1] thence also of gates, doors, doorways, endings and time. He is usually a two-faced god since he looks to the future and the past. The Romans dedicated the month of January to Janus. Source: Wikipedia

Juno, Goddess of Marriage Areas of Influence: Juno was the Goddess of marriage, pregnancy and childbirth. She was the Queen of the Gods and ... Read More At:  http://witchesofthecraft.com/category/deities/page/2/

Juno, Goddess of Marriage Areas of Influence: Juno was the Goddess of marriage, pregnancy and childbirth. She was the Queen of the Gods and ... Read More At: http://witchesofthecraft.com/category/deities/page/2/

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