Explora Enemigos, La Antigua Roma, ¡y mucho más!

Gallienus - the 41st Emperor of Rome. Lost two major provinces during his time. Probably a better Emperor than ancient historians gave him credit for being.

Gallienus - the 41st Emperor of Rome. Lost two major provinces during his time. Probably a better Emperor than ancient historians gave him credit for being.

Bronze statue of Hadrian, found at the Camp of the Sixth Roman Legion in Tel Shalem, 117–138 AD, Israel Museum, Jerusalem | da Following Hadrian

Bronze statue of Hadrian, found at the Camp of the Sixth Roman Legion in Tel Shalem, 117–138 AD, Israel Museum, Jerusalem | da Following Hadrian

Busto del emperador Adriano; nacido en Itálica. Spain

Busto del emperador Adriano del siglo II, fue un emperador de Itálica, este retrato esta hecho en mármol, destaca su naturalismo y realismo.

Imperio Romano de Trajano

Marco Ulpio Trajano fue un emperador romano que reinó desde el año 98 hasta su muerte en Fue el primer emperador de origen hispánico. Inició la tradicionalmente llamada dinastía Antonina o, según reciente propuesta, Dinastía Ulpio-Aelia.[n.

Estatua de Nerón y su madre Agrippina

Nerón ha sido uno de los emperadores más perturbados, según las fuentes, del Imperio Romano. ¿Cómo era en realidad Nerón?

"On duty at the Imperial Palace; reign of Claudius: Praetorian guardsman; Emperor Claudius; Praetorian tribune", Richard Hook

Hoy hacen 3 años y un día, ¡cómo corre el tiempo!, que estais aguantando mis post. Os habéis ganado el cielo. Aunque tarde ahi van ...

Titus was the 10th emperor of Rome. His short reign was notable for the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD and the opening of the Colosseum in 80 AD.    Titus Flavius Vespasianus was born in Rome on 30 December 39 AD, the elder son of the future Emperor Vespasian. He was brought up in the court of Emperor Claudius as a companion to the emperor's son, Britannicus. Titus enjoyed a successful military career and in 67 AD went with his father to suppress the Jewish Revolt.

Titus was the 10th emperor of Rome. His short reign was notable for the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD and the opening of the Colosseum in 80 AD. Titus Flavius Vespasianus was born in Rome on 30 December 39 AD, the elder son of the future Emperor Vespasian. He was brought up in the court of Emperor Claudius as a companion to the emperor's son, Britannicus. Titus enjoyed a successful military career and in 67 AD went with his father to suppress the Jewish Revolt.

Pinterest
Buscar