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Roman Emperor Commodus
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Roman Emperor Commodus

A marble head of Roman Emperor Commodus, c. 191-192 CE. (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen)
Roman Emperor Philip the Arab
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Roman Emperor Philip the Arab

Marble head of Roman Emperor Philip the Arab, from Rome, 244-249 CE. (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen)
Roman Emperor Constantius Chlorus
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Roman Emperor Constantius Chlorus

Marble head of Roman Emperor Constantius Chlorus (r. 305-306 CE) who was the father of Constantine the Great. (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen)
Bust of Roman Emperor Lucius Verus
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Bust of Roman Emperor Lucius Verus

Marble head of Roman Emperor Lucius Verus, c. 160-170 CE. (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen)
Roman Emperor Claudius
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Roman Emperor Claudius

Bust of Roman Emperor Claudius reworked from a statue of his predecessor Caligula, from Acerra near Formia (Italy), 37 - 54 CE. (Altes Museum Berlin)
Coin Depicting Roman Emperor Postumus
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Coin Depicting Roman Emperor Postumus

A gold aureus coin depicting the Roman emperor Postumus (r. 259-268 CE)
Coin Depicting Roman Emperor Tetricus
Image by Rasiel Suarez

Coin Depicting Roman Emperor Tetricus

A Roman coin depicting emperor Tetricus (r. 270-273 CE).
Coin Depicting Roman Emperor Aurelian
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Coin Depicting Roman Emperor Aurelian

A gold coin depicting the Roman emperor Aurelian (r. 270-275 CE).
Queen Zenobia before Emperor Aurelianus
Image by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Queen Zenobia before Emperor Aurelianus

Queen Zenobia before Emperor Aurelianus. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770). Oil on canvas. Prado Museum.
Roman Emperor Claudius II
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Roman Emperor Claudius II

Bust of Roman Emperor Claudius II, r. 268-270 CE. (Santa Giulia Museum, Brescia)