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Attachments Depicting Busts of Silenoi
Drachm (Coin) Depicting the Goddess Nike
Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting Head of Herakles
Roman Household Glass Bottle
Cinerary Urn of Plautia Hesperis
Statue of the Aphrodite of Knidos
Statue of a Seated Woman
Antoninianus (Coin) Portraying Empress Marcia Otacilia Severa
Romans from BL Eg 3028, f. 12

Romans from BL Eg 3028, f. 12

Drawing of the departure of the Romans. Image taken from f. 12 of Roman de Brut, a verse epitome (begins imperfectly) with continuation to Edward III; Destruction de Rome; Fierabras. Written in French.

Paul preaching to the Romans from BL YT 34, f. 1

Paul preaching to the Romans from BL YT 34, f. 1

Historiated initial 'F'(ratres) of Paul preaching to the Romans, with a full bar border, at the reading for the first Sunday in Advent, at the beginning of the Epistolary. Image taken from f. 1 of Epistolary of... More

St. Paul speaking to the Romans
Romans worshipping their gods
St. Augustine and Apuleius with theologians and philosophers discussing; Christians adoring God the Father in heaven and the Romans worshipping idols
Mithridates ordered all the Romans in his dominions to be massacred
Paul preaching to the Romans from BL YT 34, f. 1

Paul preaching to the Romans from BL YT 34, f. 1

Detail of an historiated initial 'F'(ratres) of Paul preaching to the Romans, at the reading for the first Sunday in Advent, at the beginning of the Epistolary. Image taken from f. 1 of Epistolary of the Sainte... More

St. Paul speaking to the Romans
The Romans making a mistake when invoking Bacchus to ask for water and the Nymph Naiad for wine
Romans soldiers passing Injustice on their way to extend the dominion of the Empire
Varro pointing at his "Antiquitates" (Antiquities), divided in Human Matters and Divine Matters; he is kneeling before an emperor and pontifex, counsellors, priests; temples with praying Romans
St. Augustine teaching the Romans the Christian belief; destruction of the pagan idols
God omnipotent gives the power to good or bad rulers: men kneeling before Nero and Auguste; Nero praying; August sleeping; desperate Romans
St. Paul writing to the Romans
Romans from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 257v

Romans from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 257v

Bas-de-page miniature of 'Uno bataille en mer de Romains contre Haimanem le roy de Corce et de Serdaigne qui I fu mors'. Image taken from f. 257v of Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César, part 3 of the second redacti... More

St. Paul, holding a cross, speaking to the Romans
The destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans
Battle between the Romans and the Gauls from BL Royal 16 G VIII, f. 116

Battle between the Romans and the Gauls from BL Royal 16 G VIII, f. 11...

Miniature of a battle between the Romans and the Gauls; with a decorated initial 'C'(um) and foliate decoration, at the beginning of book 3. Image taken from f. 116 of Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar... More

Battle between the Romans and the Gauls from BL Royal 16 G VIII, f. 116

Battle between the Romans and the Gauls from BL Royal 16 G VIII, f. 11...

Detail of a miniature of a battle between the Romans and the Gauls, at the beginning of book 3. Image taken from f. 116 of Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar). Written in French.

The self-sacrifice of Marcus Curtius: out of patriotism he leaps on horseback into an abyss; Romans throw grain into the chasm to honour him
Ten sons of leading Romans are sent to Etruria to be instructed in religious ceremonial; the Etrurians priests are represented as bishops
The besieged Romans throw loaves of bread from the walls as stratagem to demonstrate to the Gauls that they have an abundance of grain and will not surrender because of famine
Henry, king of the Romans from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 484

Henry, king of the Romans from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 484

Miniature of the death of Henry, king of the Romans, with a partial border containing the arms of Edward IV. Image taken from f. 484 of De casibus virorum illustrium in French translation (Des cas des ruynes de... More

Henry, king of the Romans from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 484

Henry, king of the Romans from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 484

Detail of a miniature of the death of Henry, king of the Romans. Image taken from f. 484 of De casibus virorum illustrium in French translation (Des cas des ruynes des nobles hommes et femmes). Written in French.

Martyrdom of Saint Cipriano from Heiligenleben (Lives of the Saints), Plate 18 from Woodcuts from Books of the 15th Century
Coat of Arms of Maximilian I as King of the Romans from Reuelationes sancte Birgitte
Romans pushed overboard by the pirates
Pompey with his army suprises the camp of Mithridates VII, king of Pontus, near the Euphrates; at the time the moon stood just above the horizon and behind the Romans, so the long shadows thrown before the Romans made the Mithridates' soldiers miscalculate the distance of
the Romans when they threw their javelins
Recto: Coat of Arms of Maximilian I as King of the Romans; verso: Coat of Arms of Florian Waldauf von Waldenstein, from The Revelations of Saint Bridget
The Battle around the Shield and Lance
Camillus Arriving at the Moment When the Romans Atone for Their Pillage
De oude Bataafse mannen kopen hun dienst aan de Romeinen af, 69-70
Romeinen verslagen bij de Rijn, 69-70
Keizer Trajanus gekroond door Victoria staat naast vrouwelijke personificatie van Rome en Romeinen in gevecht met Daciërs
Duitsers komen om Civilis te helpen bij Bonn de Romeinen te verslaan, 69-70
Keizer Trajanus gekroond door Victoria staat naast vrouwelijke personificatie van Rome en Romeinen in gevecht met Daciërs
Aesculapius als een draak tussen de Romeinen
Vrouwen en kinderen zien toe hoe Civilis slag levert met de Romeinen, 69-70
Vrouwen en kinderen zien toe hoe Civilis slag levert met de Romeinen, 69-70
Romeinen rond een tombe
Bataafse Opstand en vrede met de Romeinen, 69-70
Rode tegel met afbeelding van gevangenneming van Bataven door Romeinen, gevonden in de Waal beneden Nijmegen
Ontwerp van de grote heirbanen der Romeinen
Romeinen misleid te denken dat Civilis dood of gewond is, 69-70
Opstand van Civilis tegen de Romeinen, 69-70
Romeinen verslagen bij een verrassingsaanval op hun kamp aan de Moezel, 69-70
Rode tegel met afbeelding van gevangenneming van Bataven door Romeinen, gevonden in de Waal beneden Nijmegen
Duitsers komen om Civilis te helpen bij Bonn de Romeinen te verslaan, 69-70
Sabijnen begeven zich naar de spelen der Romeinen
Opstand van Civilis tegen de Romeinen, 69-70
De Germaanse veldheer Arminius standvastig tegenover de Romeinen, ca. 10
Allegorie rond de vestiging van de Bataven in Nederland en vrede met de Romeinen
Romeinen brandschatten het land maar beloven vrede, 69-70
The Romans with their Sabine Wives from the Story of the Romans and the Sabines
The Romans with their Sabine Wives from the Story of the Romans and the Sabines
The Sabine Women Stopping the Battle between the Romans and the Sabines from the Story of the Romans and the Sabines
The Sabine Women Stopping the Battle between the Romans and the Sabines from the Story of the Romans and the Sabines
Plate 148: Aesculapius Speaking to the Romans (Epidauro a Romanis AEsculapius ad urbis luem discutiendam sollicitatur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 148: Aesculapius Speaking to the Romans (Epidauro a Romanis AEsc...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 149: Aesculapius as a Serpent, Among the Romans (AEsculapius in anguem conversus Roman advehitur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 149: Aesculapius as a Serpent, Among the Romans (AEsculapius in ...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 23: Conference on What Steps to Take Upon the Romans' New Troops Approaching Across the Alps, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 23: Conference on What Steps to Take Upon the Romans' New Troops...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 28: Cologne Troops Bring Civilis' Wife and Sister to Cerialis, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 7: German Envoys Visit Civilis, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 7: German Envoys Visit Civilis, from The War of the Romans Again...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 17: The Romans Misled by Civilis' Horse to Believe that He was Dead or Injured, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 36: Civilis and Cerialis Meet on a Broken Bridge to Reach an Accord, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 18: Secret Meeting of Civilis with Other Leaders from Trier, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 18: Secret Meeting of Civilis with Other Leaders from Trier, fro...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 6: Romans Defeated Near the Rhine, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm Societas)

Plate 6: Romans Defeated Near the Rhine, from The War of the Romans Ag...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 3: Claudius Civilis Arrested and his Brother Paulus Beheaded, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 30: Cerialis Driving the Dutch into the Rhine, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians

Plate 30: Cerialis Driving the Dutch into the Rhine, from The War of t...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 35: The Batavians Become Afraid and Begin Peace Talks, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm Societas)
Plate 31: Civilis Forced to Dismount and Swim Across the River, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 31: Civilis Forced to Dismount and Swim Across the River, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians
Plate 22: Civilis Separates German and Dutch Troops, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 35: The Batavians Become Afraid and Begin Peace Talks, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians
Plate 30: Cerialis Driving the Dutch into the Rhine, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 30: Cerialis Driving the Dutch into the Rhine, from The War of t...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 34: The Romans Burning the Dutch Countryside, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 34: The Romans Burning the Dutch Countryside, from The War of th...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 8: Women and Children Obvserve Civilis Battling the Romans, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 11: Civilis' Troops Crossing the Maas River, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 11: Civilis' Troops Crossing the Maas River, from The War of the...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 14: New Attack on the Old Fortress, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 14: New Attack on the Old Fortress, from The War of the Romans A...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 10: Civilis using Movable Wooden Bridges to Attack the Fortress, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 10: Civilis using Movable Wooden Bridges to Attack the Fortress,...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 17: The Romans Misled by Civilis' Horse to Believe that He was Dead or Injured, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 19: Men from the Fortress Surrender and Pledge Their Lives to Civilis, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 21: Envoys from Cologne Bring Presents to Civilis, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 21: Envoys from Cologne Bring Presents to Civilis, from The War ...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 5: Bruno Appointed Leader of the Caninefates, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 5: Bruno Appointed Leader of the Caninefates, from The War of th...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 12: Pulling a Vessel Loaded with Grain to Shore, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 12: Pulling a Vessel Loaded with Grain to Shore, from The War of...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 4: Civilis tells the Dutch Elders that They are Being Treated Like Slaves by the Romans, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 2: The Romans Taking Old Dutch Men as Hostages and Seducing Young Ones, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 20: Civilis Having his Hair Cut, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 20: Civilis Having his Hair Cut, from The War of the Romans Agai...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 1: Roma and Batavia Shaking Hands, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)
Plate 9: The Romans Defeated by the Dutch Troops at Bonna, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 9: The Romans Defeated by the Dutch Troops at Bonna, from The Wa...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Plate 29: Civilis Floods the Land by Defensively Breaking the Dikes, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas)

Plate 29: Civilis Floods the Land by Defensively Breaking the Dikes, f...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Romeinen misleid te denken dat Civilis dood of gewond is, 69-70
Vrouwen en kinderen zien toe hoe Civilis slag levert met de Romeinen, 69-70
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