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Late Roman ridge helmet (Berkasovo-type), found at Deurne, Netherlands. It is covered in silver-gilt sheathing and is inscribed to a cavalryman of the equites stablesiani.

Most late roman ridge helmets that have survived are spectacularly decorated, often with precious metals and with attachments in the ridge to allow for a crest to be fixed

A detail from a Roman sarcophagus in Procennesian marble depicting the Calydonian boar hunt from Greek mythology. The Greek hero Meleager attacks the boar with his spear while Artemis looks on. Provenance: Vicovaro, date unknown. (Capitoline Museums, Rome).

The detail from a Roman sarcophagus, made from marble and showing the Calydonian boar hunt from Greek mythology. The Greek hero Meleager attacks the boar, while Artemis watches. Originally from Vicovaro. (Photo taken at Capitoline Museums, Rome)

Eagle and weapons from an Augustan-era funerary monument, probably that of Messalla (Prado, Madrid)

The so-called Apotheosis of Claudius, the top part of an Augustan-era funerary monument

Veiled Figures Carved Out of Marble by Antonio Corradini

La Pudicizia The statuary for the Cappella Sansevero in Naples (see veiled Christ), Prince named Antonio Corradini, Venetian, nearly blind and Freemason, who managed to finish only the statue of Modesty

“Veiled Virgin” by Giovanni Strazza

The Veiled Virgin is a Carrara marble statue carved in Rome by Italian sculptor Giovanni Strazza, depicting the bust of a veiled Blessed Virgin Mary. The exact date of the statue's completion is unknown.