Knights Celtic march of ancient Rome in the early fourth century BC Evariste - Vital Luminais.

Caractacus was a king and tribal leader of the ancient Britons during the Iron Age and ruler of the Catuvellaunui, a powerful British tribe. He was the son of a Celtic king named Cunobeline and

Marble bust of Gaius Marius (Chiaramonti Museum)

Marble bust of Gaius Marius (Chiaramonti Museum)

Ancient Rome: an economy based on agriculture.

From Wikiwand: Roman harvesting machine from Trier (Germany), a city of the Roman province Gallia Belgica

Triumph of Lucio Emilio Paulo. Carle Vernet

Triumph of Lucio Emilio Paulo.

Sunni representation of warriors Anonymous 4th century BC painter.

Sunni representation of warriors Anonymous century BC painter.

Cincinnatus leave the plow to be elected dictator and fight for Rome Juan Antonio Ribera y Fernández.

Cincinnatus Leaves the Plow for the Roman Dictatorship, by Juan Antonio Ribera y Fernandez

Altar of Domitius Ahenobarbus, the Lustrum Detail.

Altar of Domitius Ahenobarbus, the Lustrum Detail.

The Temple of Hercules in the Forum Boarium (the second marble building in Rome and dated to 120 BC)

The Temple of Hercules in the Forum Boarium (the second marble building in Rome and dated to 120 BC)

The Roman Forum at the time of Julius Caesar.

June 1998 - The Forum Romanum and the comitium, BC). The Comitium was an open air market and gathering place, but was originally the meeting place of the Curiate Assembly

Death of Gaius Gracchus , tribune of the people ( painting by Jean - Baptiste Topino - Lebrun , 1792) .

Death of Gaius Gracchus , tribune of the people ( painting by Jean - Baptiste Topino - Lebrun , .

Coin depicting a accompanied by two lictors console.

Gold coin from Dacia, minted by Coson, depicting a consul and two lictors

Depicting a gladiator

Depicting a gladiator

Bust of Cicero, the symbol of Latin literature (Capitoline Museums, Rome).

Cicero (c. 106 BCE – 43 BCE) was a Roman philosopher, statesman, lawyer, orator…

Pinterest
Search