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Tanagra Terracotta, Greece, 3rd century BC.

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oung woman sitting on a rock and playing the lute or pandura. First quarter of the 3rd century BC Discovered in: Tanagra (site) (origin). Kept at the Louvre in Paris. Paris, musée du Louvre

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Mourning woman. Terracotta, made in Boeotia, ca. 300–275 BC.

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Statuette of Aphrodite or a Muse leaning on a pillar | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Greek. 300–250 B.C. Findspot, Eretria, Euboia, Greece. A pin-hole in the top of the pillar and another on her shoulder indicate that another figure - presumably Eros - orginally was part of the group.

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Terracotta Tanagra figure of woman, probably Aphrodite - from Corinth, 3rd-2nd century BC, at the British Museum

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Bust of Trajan as an old man. Bronze. About 117 A.D. Ankara, Archaeological Museum.

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Caligula (Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus), 12-41 AD Roman Emperor, as a Young Man

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Seneca", bronze with inlaid eyes, Roman, 1st century CE. Found in the Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum. While commonly called Seneca that is only one possibility and academics usually refer to it more correctly as the head of a man, possibly a poet or philosopher.

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Roman bronze balsamarium in form of a bust of Antinous with finely incised swirls of hair, wearing a necklace with pendant and the skin of an animal over the shoulder. 2nd century A.D.

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Etruscan anthropomorphic balsamarium vessel, ca. 3rd-2nd century BCE.

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Perfume jar (balsamarium) in the shape of female head (Aphrodite / Turan?) 3RD-2 ND BC ETRUSCAN

[IMG]Terracotta figure of Aphrodite crowning a herm of Dionysos with an ivy wreath - 100 BC, circa from Myrina, now British Museum[/IMG]
Corinthian_terracotta_statue_of_Aphrodite_4th_century_BC_Staatliche_Antikensammlungen_01. Die Liebesgöttin Aphrodite in enganliegenden Untergewand. Der Mantel ist im die Hüfte geschlungen. In der linken Hand steckte ein Zweig. Korinthische Terrakotta 4.Jhdt. v.Chr. Staatliche Antikensammlungen München

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Danseuses. Titre anglais : terracotta figures of a dancing girl. Période : 2e siècle av J.-C., 3e siècle av J.-C., Grèce antique (période). Lieu de découverte : Centuripe (origine). Royaume-Uni, Londres, British Museum

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Faces of Ancient Etruscan Civilization

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Female head. Italic, Etruscan. , about 400 B.C. Terracotta

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Roman bronze balsamarium in form of a bust of Antinous with finely incised swirls of hair, wearing a necklace with pendant and the skin of an animal over the shoulder. 2nd century A.D.

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Faustina the Younger as Fortuna (Tyche), daughter of Emperor Antoninus Pius and wife and cousin of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, head of Roman sculpture (marble), 2nd century AD, (Civico Museo Archeologico, Milan).


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HE SMALL PIRAEUS ARTEMIS_ Detail from a bronze statue of Artemis, the smaller of two representing the goddess, found along with two more bronze statues and a bronze mask in the celebrated "Piraeus Find". 4th C. BC. Piraeus Archaeological Museum (by Metropolitan Museum Athens)

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Spartan Warrior is one of our few remaining examples of Spartan art. Sparta or Lacedaemon was a prominent city-state in ancient Greece, situated on the banks of the Eurotas River in Laconia, in south-eastern Peloponnese. Around 650 BC, it rose to become the dominant military land-power in ancient Greece.

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Etruscan sculptural group representing young woman offering libation phiale to warrior, from Marzabotto, Bologna Province, Italy. Artwork-location: Marzabotto, Museo Nazionale Etrusco Pompeo Aria (Archaeological Museum)

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A Marble Head of Zeus, Roman Imperial, late 1st/2nd Century A.D., on an 18th Century bustk

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^Anyone notice that mena7 does NOT search out and post Black Greek and Roman artifacts (of which there are many), but rather, posts the fakes that can be found anywhere, and which support fake Albino history.
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Mike most of the time I post pictures of Black and Mulato Greeks and Romans, sometime I will post pictures of White Greeks and Romans. I think Graeco Romans civilization was composed of people of different races like the original Black Europeans, the White Europeans and Central Asians and the majority Brown and Mulato children of the Black and White people.

The majority White Graeco Roman artifacts in Western museums have been reworked during renovations to look Caucasians. They do that by changing the noses, mouth and the hairs. I post White Graeco Roman artifacts because sometime I can see the Black culture that the renovators or falsificators miss out in the hairstyles, jewleries, clothings, objects and religious animals that we can also see in Ancient Egyptian and African artifacts.


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Bronze statue of Hadrian, 2nd century CE, from Adana, Istanbul Archaeological Museum Hadrian (76-138 CE) was the fourteenth Emperor of Rome (10 August 117 to 10 July 138 CE) and is known as the third of the Five Good Emperors (Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, and Marcus Aurelius) who ruled justly. Born Publius Aelius Hadrianus, probably in Hispania, Hadrian is best known for his substantial building projects throughout the Roman Empire and, especially, Hadrian’s Wall in northern Brita...

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Girl, Roman bust (marble), 3rd century AD, (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna).

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) Bust of Julia Mamaea b) 220-230 c) marble d) Capitoline Museum, Rome e) Severus Alexander's mother, hairstyle is similar to portraits of Julia Domna - centre part, waves, but less grand. Distant gaze, like other portraiture of time a reflection of instability?

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^ See MIke, mena posted some blacks for you as we can see by the hair
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Bust of a High Ranking Roman (Ref No. 7141) - Windsor House Antiques

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A Bust of a Roman Politician Marcus Antonius (Ref No. 7138) - Windsor House Antiques

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Bust of a Roman Emperor Septimus Severus (Ref No. 7140) - Windsor House Antiques

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Bust of A Roman Emperor Caracalla (Ref No. 7139) - Windsor House Antiques

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Bust of a Roman Politician Marcus Junius Brutus (Ref No. 7142) - Windsor House Antiques

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Bust of a Roman Popularis Politician Tiberius Gracchus (Ref No. 7089) - Windsor House Antiques
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Royal Bust of a Moorish Lord.

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People of Color in European Art History

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I like Afrocentric history because there is always a new knowledge to learn and a new artifact to discover.

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Unloading of cargo and port controls, bas-relief, Roman civilisation, 1st-2nd century

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Woman or Goddess from middle of 4th century B.C.

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Venus figurine from Kostenki | 23 000 - 21 000 BC. Limestone H 10.2 cm. This figurine represents the Palaeolithic ‘Venus’, with overlarge breasts and belly.

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Equestrian statuette of Alexander the Great (1st century BC) from Herculaneum - Museo Arch. Napoli

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Statuette of Alexander the Great wearing the aegis. Dates to the 1st century BC, discovered in Alexandria, Egypt.

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Alexander the Great, Roman statuette (bronze and silver), copy after Greek original, 1st-3rd century AD, (Walters Art Museum, Baltimore).

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From February 25 – March 6, Christie's Hong Kong is proud to present Statement Jewels, an online-only auction featuring an array of stunning diamond rings, elegant jadeite earrings, unique watches and more. Whether it's a Van Cleef & Arpels ring or a vintage Chopard watch, this collection features a number of conversation starters. With estimates starting at HK$2,000, there is an opportunity to acquire statement-making accessories that add a sparkle to any wardrobe.

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Unknown Artist, Statuette of a Woman with Pomegranate, Etruscan, 5th century BC | Harvard Art Museums/ Sackler Museum

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Etruscan bronze warrior, circa 450-400 B.C., 6 1/8 inches high Lot 45, shown above, has a quite extraordinary pose for a small bronze. It shows an Etruscan warrior doffing his high-crested, crenellated Corinthian helmet and holding out in his left arm a large shield. This lot, circa 450-400 B.C., was exhibited at the Master Bronzes of the Classical World Exhibition in 1967 and 1968 that traveled from the Fogg Art Museum in Cambridge, Mass., to the City Art Museum of St. Louis

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Roman Egyptian Fayum portrait with ankh

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Ancient Art Week! Greek Coin Greece (c. 490 B.C.E.) Silver, 10 mm. The Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive, W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research, Harvard University

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Museo Etrusco di Villa Giulia Apollo dello Scasato

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Etruscan terracotta votive statue of a youth. 3rd-2nd century B.C. 43,3 in. high. Ancienne collection américaine, début d

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Etruscan, bronze statuette offerings bearer, 5th century BC.

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Cabeza de un guerrero Etrusco . Arcaico Tardio . 1er cuarto del siglo V a.C. Terracota . Templo Porto naccio en Veii ./tcc/

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Etruscan

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Bronze head of Emperor Hadrian (76-138 a.d.)

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Etruscan terracotta lid of a funeral urn, 6th century BCE, from Chiusi. Museo Archaeologico di Sicilia, Palermo, Italy

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pollo statue from Etruscan culture, known as "Apollo Veii" - found the Temple at Veii, Italy

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The Balkans have the highest frequencies of E1b1b outside of Africa
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Three of the coins date from 31 BC when they were issued by Roman general Mark Antony 14 January 83 BC to 1 August 30 BC. A granite bust is shown

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Some of the coins date from the rule of Emperor Nero, (bust pictured left) between 54 and 68AD. He was known for being cruel and extravagant. The most recent coins among the hoard were issued by Marcus Aurelius, (bust shown right) who ruled from 161AD to 180AD


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The rare hoard was discovered within a mile from another historic find of 130 denarii, which was unearthed 15 years ago. This image shows a Marcus Aurelius coin from the newly-discovered hoard

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The three silver denarii were found among the 'new' hoard of 91 coins, including those issued by Roman rulers spanning 200 years. A selection from the Wick hoard are shown above

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A numismatist has said the denarii may be 'worth tens of thousands of pounds'. A close-up of a coin bearing the image of Marcus Aurelius, which was among the hoard, is shown above

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Sestercio de Titus Caesar , 69-79 ./tcc/

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Roman Emperor Titus

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Cleopatra VII, denarius Portrait of the Queen; obverse portrait of Antony. 32-31 BCE. Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo

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Antony and Cleopatra VII, denarius. portrait of Antony Obverse Portrait of the Queen; 32-31 BCE. Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo

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Coin of Roman Emperor Vitelius

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Dupondio - bronzo - Roma (64 d.C. Nerone) - MAC AUG facciata del Macellum Magnum a due piani, con scala, porticus e cupola, due ali laterali e statua maschile con scettro - Münzkabinett Berlin

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Bassorilievo raffigurante San Giorgio Monastero di Vatopedi - Grecia - Tardo XI secolo

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Gold coin of the Eastern Roman Emperor Zeno (c. 425 – 9 April 491). Born in Isauria region (Turkey) with the name Traskalisseus Rousoumbladeotes, transliterated in Latin as Tarasis or Tarasicodissa, he became son-in-law of Emperor Leo I, co-emperor and then sole emperor. However neither the new name Zeno nor his ability as commander in chief and politician avoided him the hostility of those who regarded him as a barbarian

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jeannepompadour: Ivory sculpture of Byzantine Empress Ariadne from Constantinople, 6th c.

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Sculpture was never really popular in byzantine art. The main reason for this was the close association of this form of art with th...

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Icône : Saint Démétrios Stéatite : Empire byzantin, début du XIVe siècle Cadre d'argent sur âme de bois : Balkans, XVIe siècle H. : 17,50 cm. ; L. : 13,50 cm. Ancienne collection Sarropoulos, Béhague, Ganay ; acquisition 1989 Département des Objets d'art OA 11219

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Byzantine ivory 5th. Empress Ariadne (died 515CE) first married to Emperor Zenon,after his death to Anastasius Kunsthistoriches Museum -Viena

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Awesome pics!

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“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.”

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Thanks Autshumato, It doesnt make sense that Western historians in their history books classified Graeco Roman civilization as a White people civilizations. I am asking myself if those Western historians ever visited a museum. Graeco Roman museum artifacts shows people belonging to the Mulato/Brown, Black and White races. In Egyptsearch forum my goal was to focus on Black Egyptian artifacts however i have spent so much time on Black Graeco Roman artifacts.

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Bust of Ptolemy Apion, From the Villa of the Papyri, Herculaneum.
Mena: statue of Ptolemy Apion with a braid hairstyle.

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Emperor Maxentius as Pontifex Maximus (close-up). Marble. 307—312 CE.

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Bust of a Roman from Russian museum

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This image depicts a diamond or lenticular section sword with a characteristically Byzantine hilt.

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Portrait of an unknown man. Marble. 1st century BCE. Inv. No. L.2007.8.3. New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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relieves en arcilla rostros arte etrusco

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A cast of a head from the Celtic Iron Age. Certain scholars have maintained this head be a representation of the Celtic Mercury, often dubbed Lugus and identified with the Irish Lug and Welsh Lleu of later literary tradition.

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Gratian, Roman emperor from 367 to 383 - also known as Flavius Gratianus Augustus. Born 359 in Sremska Mitrovica, Pannonia, Died 25 August, 383 in Lugdunum, Lugdunensis (now Lyon, France).

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Imperial Roman marble bust of the Emperor Elagabalus (Marcus Aurelius Antoninus), carved in August-September 219 A

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Celts playing carnyxes -celtic war horns. Sounds like a trumpet with didgeridoo.

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Yes, Black African slaves existed in Ancient Rome and Greece. Some were free men but it's well known that Rome was a multicultural empire.

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LOL At the alt-right propaganda.

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09-01-03/16 VESSEL 3RD BCE-1ST CE The god Teutates accepting human sacrifices. Gundestrup Cauldron, inner plate. Detail of 09-01-03/12 Embossed silver, gilded (1st BCE) National Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Warriors and Carnyx Players - The Gundestrup Cauldron

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Emperor Marcus Aurelius, head of Roman statue (marble), 2nd century AD, (Archaeological Museum, Amman).

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Maximinus II was the 55th Roman Emperor, and the adopted son of his maternal uncle, the Emperor Galerius. When Galerius, died in 311, Maximinus divided the Eastern Empire between Licinius and himself; later, however, he supported the rebellion of Maxentius and broke with Licinius. He was deposed in 312, and died shortly thereafter.

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"[Cato] addresses the Senate as though he were living in Plato's Republic rather than the shit-hole of Romulus." - -Marcus Tullius Cicero

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So called Renaissance era Kongolese Ambassador to Rome that looks like an Ancient Roman emperor or general.

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A Roman Marble Bust of Antinous-Osiris 130-138 A.D. Height: 70 cm, 27 ½ in Provenance By repute Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli Thomas Hope (1769—1831) and by descent to his great-grandson, Eighth Duke of Newcastle (1866-1941)

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Black man statue that looks Ancient Roman.

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Nuragic votive figurines - Priest in ceremonial dress Bronzes of the Nuragic age National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

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Nuragic votive figurines - Priest-Sorcerer Bronzes of the Nuragic age National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

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People of the nuraghi on Sardinia in the Cagliari Archaeological museum

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Cagliari. Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Estatueta nuràgica de bronze Cagliari. Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Estatueta nuràgica de bronze

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Portrait of the Roman emperor Domitian,

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Head of an Egyptian Official or The Brooklyn Black Head Egypt, provenance unknown, reportedly from Memphis. Ptolemaic Period, first century B.C. Diorite, 16 5/16 x 11 3/16 x 13 7/8 in. (41.4 x 28.5 x…

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Sardinia, bronze sculpture representing a warrior

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I need to schedule my time to read this book.
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quote:
Originally posted by Suliman:
The Balkans have the highest frequencies of E1b1b outside of Africa

E-V13 to be exact.
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A portrait of a Roman in toga (with a head from a different statue). Marble. First half of the 1st century—second half of the 2nd century CE). Verona, Archaeological Museum

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sculpture Julia Domna as goddess Ceres

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Why the head of the statue is missing? Is it because he looks like a Black person.
The Emperor as Philosopher, probably Marcus Aurelius (reigned AD 161-180), c. 175-200 Turkey, Bubon(?) (in Lycia), Roman, late 2nd Century

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Head of a Black Youth (gray basalt) unknown BCE, Roman

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Cleopatra II (Greek: Κλεοπάτρα; c. 185 BCE – 116 BCE) was a queen (and briefly sole ruler) of Ptolemaic Egypt. Cleopatra II was the daughter of Ptolemy V and likely Cleopatra I. She was the sister of Ptolemy VI and Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II Tryphon.

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Ptolomeo

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Ptolomeo

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Funerary Monument of Umm'abi, Palmyra. Photo by Maia C

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Portrait of Salonina Matidia (Sabina's Mother and niece of Trajan), from Luni, c. 119 AD, Musei Capitolini, Rome #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

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File:Alba Iulia National Museum of the Union 2011 - Possible Statue of Roman Emperor Pertinax, Apulum.JPG

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Yes, Black African slaves existed in Ancient Rome and Greece. Some were free men but it's well known that Rome was a multicultural empire.

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Black Africans were no more slaves than the northern white Europeans

sure there was black Africans in Rome and Greece but they all were not slaves

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A ROMAN MARBLE PORTRAIT OF A MAN roman republic, circa mid 1st century b.c.

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Reinette: Ancient Roman Hairstyles and Headdresses from the Flavian Dynasty to the Age of Trajan 69-117

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Reinette: Ancient Roman Hairstyles and Headdresses from the Flavian Dynasty to the Age of Trajan 69-117

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Byzantine Empire Rare Gold Coin AV Solidus Justinian I

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Women in gold: Powerful empresses on Byzantium coins . By Emily Pearce. Empress Theodora, Solidus coin, Constantinople, 1055 -1056

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Gold Histamenon depicting the co-Empresses Zoe and her sister Theodora. They reigned together for about four months in 1042.

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SALONINA Gallienus Wife 267AD Rome Authentic Ancient Roman Coin Goat Stag i64674

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Gold Solidus of Constantine II Date: 337–361 Culture: Byzantine Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 13/16 x 1/16 in. (2 x 0.1 cm)

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Philip I Composition: Silver Otacilia Severa wife of Philip I Arab Silver Ancient Roman Coin Loyalty

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Gallienus Salonina Wife of Gallienus Authentic

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AMISOS in PONTUS MITHRADATES VI the GREAT Time Perseus

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Carinus as Caesar with globe and spear 282AD Rare Ancient Roman

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JUSTINIAN I 527AD Half Follis Cyzicus Authentic Ancient Byzantine Coin

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Constantine I The Great 320AD Ancient Roman Coin Wreath of sussess

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Phistelia Campania 325BC Authentic Ancient Silver Greek Coin

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JUSTINIAN I the Great 527AD LARGE Follis Authentic Ancient Byzantine

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MACRINUS 217AD Rome Authentic Ancient Silver Roman Coin

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MASSALIA Gaul Ancient Marseilles France 400BC Greek Silver Coin Apollo

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Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player Lebron James is portrait as a Black Roman Emperor on the cover of November 2017 GQ magazine. the media is subtlelly giving information to people in the know telling them many Roman Emperor were Black men.

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Etruscan pottery. Italy

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Greek pottery

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Roman Statue, 1st-2nd Century AD, via TheAncientWorld.

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Relief of Roman woman.

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