It was one of the treasures selected for the British Museum’s A History of the World in 100 Objects as the fix-gazed, 2000 year old sole bronze portrait of the Roman emperor Augustus to survive with its original inlaid eyes.
Servilia Caepionis (b. after 42 BC) is one of the few Roman women cited by ancient sources, mainly due to her being the mistress of Julius Caesar, mother of his assassin Marcus Junius Brutus, and half-sister of Cato the Younger.
Roman Republic: This is a statue of Julius Caesar. One of his most important battles was against the Gauls where he seized Alesia and eventually the civil war that would cause the Roman collapse and allow Julius Caesar to become Rome's first emperor.
Macrinus - the Emperor of Rome. He may have murdered Caracalla after an oracle kept proclaiming that Macrinus would become emperor (Caracalla would have surely murdered Macrinus). The first emperor from the Equestrian class.
Marcus Clodius Pupienus Maximus and Decimus Caelius Calvinus Balbinus (both died on July were two Roman co-emperors elected by the Roman senate on April 238 after the failure of Gordian I and Gordian II to defeat the usurper Maximinus Thrax.
Elagabalus, the Emperor of Rome. He was made emperor through the machinations of his grandmother, but was unsuited for the post, coming to it at age He was more of an eastern king (having grown up in Syria) than western. Hated by the Romans.