ANCIENT ART
SCULPTURE | ROME | Reliefs | Parthian frieze (in Ephesos)
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1. SCULPTURE. Rome.
8 years old Lucius Verus. Detail of a scene of the cycle “Adoption” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
2. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Apotheosis of Lucius Verus (detail).
Scene from a cycle “Apotheosis” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Inv. No. I 867.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
3. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Apotheosis of Lucius Verus (detail).
Scene from a cycle “Apotheosis” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Inv. No. I 867.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
4. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Apotheosis of Lucius Verus.
Scene from a cycle “Apotheosis” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Inv. No. I 867.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
5. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Lucius Verus as Mars (?).
Scene from a cycle “Apotheosis of Lucius Verus” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
6. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Lucius Verus as Mars (?).
Scene from a cycle “Apotheosis of Lucius Verus” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
7. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Lucius Verus as Mars (?). Detail.
Scene from a cycle “Apotheosis of Lucius Verus” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
8. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Marcus Aurelius and Antoninus Pius. Detail of a scene of the cycle “Adoption” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
9. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Marcus Aurelius, Antoninus Pius, small Lucius Verus and Hadrian. A scene of a cycle “Adoption” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
10. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Mounting marks on the adjacent slabs of the lower (decorative) register of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos.
After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
11. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Personifications of Cities: Ktesiphon and Seleukia (?), with a River God.
Scene from a cycle “Personifications of Cities of Roman Empire” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos.
After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
12. SCULPTURE. Rome.
River god (a close-up of relief “Personifications of Cities: Ktesiphon and Seleukia(?), with a River God”.
Scene from a cycle “Personifications of Cities of Roman Empire” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos.
After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
13. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Sacrifice (close-up).
A scene from a cycle “Adoption” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
14. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Sacrifice.
A scene of a cycle “Adoption” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
15. SCULPTURE. Rome.
The battle between the Romans and the Parthians.
Scene from a cycle “Parthian war” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos.
After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
16. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Two slabs of the lower (decorative) register of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos.
After 169 (166?) CE.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
17. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Wounded Parthian general on horseback. Scene from a cycle “Parthian war” of the Parthian frieze from Ephesos.
Dolomitic marble from Thasos. After 169 (166?) CE.
Inv. No. 858.
Vienna, Ephesos Museum.
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