Bust of Julius Caesar
The "Tusculum portrait", one of two surviving busts of Julius Caesar made during his lifetime.
The Death of Julius Caesar
The death opf Julius Caesar as depicted by Vincenzo Cammuccini, 1804-5 CE. (National Art Gallery, Moderna, Italy)
Bronze sculpture of Julius Caesar in Rimini, Italy. 1933 CE.
Denarius of Julius Caesar with Elephant
Silver denarius of Julius Caesar. The coin depicts an elephant stepping on a snake with the legend "CAESAR" written below. The coin may reference his victory at the Battle of Thapsus in 49 BCE, where he defeated Roman and Numidian forces...
Pope Julius II by Raphael
A portrait of Pope Julius II (r. 1503-1513 CE) by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael, c. 1512 CE. (National Gallery London)
Drusus Julius Caesar
Drusus Julius Caesar (Drusus the Younger) was was the only child of Roman Emperor Tiberius and his first wife, Vipsania Agrippina. He was also a maternal cousin of the Caligula, a paternal cousin of Claudius and a second cousin of Nero...
Coin of Julius Caesar with Elephant
A silver denarius of Julius Caesar depicting an elephant commemorating his victory over the Gauls and Germanic tribes in 58 BCE. (Archaeological Museum, Tarragona, Spain)
Possible Bust of Julius Caesar
This marble bust discovered in the Rhône River, near Arles, is debated as a possible portrait of Julius Caesar, Musée de l’Arles antique.
Julius Caesar Denarius, 47 BCE
This is a recreation of a silver coin that was minted by Julius Caesar in refrence to the supposed ancestry of his family. The gens Julia claimed descent from Venus through Aeneas, who was the product of a union between his father Anchises...
Capitoline Statue of Julius Caesar
Colossal statue of Julius Caesar from the 2nd century CE in white marble. Modern location: Capitoline Museums, Conservators’ Palace, in Rome, Italy. Source of 3D data: Photographs of cast in the Skulpturhalle, Basel, inv. 757.