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Maison Carrée

2 CE

Hercules of the Theatre of Pompey

2 CE


The adventures of Aeneis the Trojan, and what happens when the gods hate you

19 CE

The Battersea Shield

350 BCE-50 CE

Nero's Bath

64 CE

Pula Arena

27 BCE-68 CE


70 CE-80 CE

Arch of Titus

82 CE

Volterra Theater

90 CE

Young Hercules

69 CE-96 CE

Aqueduct of Segovia

81 CE-98 CE

Statue of Aphrodite

100 CE

Portrait of Aristotle

100 CE

Arenas of Lutetia

100 CE

Mummy with an Inserted Panel Portrait of a Youth

80 CE-100 CE

Trajan's Column

107 CE-113 CE

Bronze Military Diploma

113 CE-114 CE

Hadrians Wall

122 CE


113 CE-125 CE

Temple of Olympian Zeus

500 BCE-132 CE

The Braschi Antinous

138 CE

Mosaic Floor with Head of Medusa

115 CE-150 CE

Emperor Antoninus Pius

138 CE-161 CE

Porta Nigra

170 CE

Tower of Hercules

200 CE

Portrait of a Young Woman

200 CE

Apollo Seated With Lyre

200 CE

Miracle of Sravasti

200 CE

The Balmaclellan Mirror

200 CE

Bronze Statuette of Jupiter

200 CE

Hadrian's Villa

200 CE

The Three Graces

200 CE

Portrait of the emperor Caracalla

212 CE-217 CE

Daughter of Mousaios, Funerary Stele

250 CE

Bronze Statue of the emperor Trebonianus Gallus

251 CE

The Six Enneads

270 CE

Kushite Pyramids at Meroë

300 BCE-300 CE

Diocletian's Palace

305 CE

For the sake of the peace of our times, each one may have the free opportunity to worship as he pleases

The Edict of Milan

313 CE

White Horse Pagoda, Dunhuang

384 CE

Standing Four-Armed Vishnu

400 CE

Obelisk of Axum

400 CE

Mausoleum of Galla Placidia

450 CE

Standing Buddha Offering Protection

500 CE

Arian Baptistery

400 CE-500 CE

Dhamek Stupa

249 BCE-500 CE

Baptistry of Neon

400 CE-500 CE

Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo

504 CE-504 CE

Mausoleum of Theoderic

520 CE

Hagia Sophia

537 CE

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