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The Igel Column is a multi-storeyed Roman sandstone column in the municipality of Igel, Trier, Germany, dated to c.250 AD. The column represents a burial monument of the cloth merchant family of the Secundinii. Measuring 30 m in height, it is crowned by the sculptural group of Jupiter & Ganymede. The column includes a four-stepped base, a relatively low podium, topped by a projecting cornice, its flat Corinthian pilasters with decorated shafts,

The Igel Column is a multi-storeyed Roman sandstone column in the municipality of Igel, Trier, Germany, dated to c. The column represents a burial monument of the cloth merchant family of the Secundinii.

A statue of the first King of Italy. Odoacer, who overthrew the last Emperor of the Western Roman Empire.

476 – Romulus Augustulus, last emperor of the Western Roman Empire, is deposed when Odoacer proclaims himself "King of Italy", thus ending the Western Roman Empire.

Emperor Tiberius as Jupiter, (colossal) Roman statue (marble), 1st century AD, (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).

Emperor Tiberius as Jupiter, (colossal) Roman statue (marble), century AD, (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City). Son of Livia Drusilla

Musée d'Israël, Jérusalem !! Statue en bronze d'Hadrien, trouvée au camp de la Sixième Légion romaine :Legio VI Ferrata, à Tel Shalem, 117-138 AD

Bronze statue of Hadrian from the legionary camp at Tel Shalem (Judaea), Israel Museum – Ancient History et cetera

Tribute to Hannibal, Carthage, Tunisia. If the elephants look small, it's because they weren't African or Asiatic elephants, but Atlas elephants (now extinct). Nevertheless they would've been a very impressive sight on the battlefield.

Hannibal of Carthage and Public Memory

Tribute to Hannibal, Carthage, Tunisia. If the elephants look small, it's because they weren't African or Asiatic elephants, but Atlas elephants (now extinct). Nevertheless they would've been a very impressive sight on the battlefield.

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