Rom, Museo Capitolino

Rom, Museo Capitolino

Antinous (111-130 AD) young lover of Roman Emperor Hadrian

Antinous (111-130 AD) young lover of Roman Emperor Hadrian

#Antinous, the lover of #Hadrian...and still so compellingly beautiful....

#Antinous, the lover of #Hadrian...and still so compellingly beautiful....

Andreoni, Orazio (Rom, 19. Jh.) Büste des Antinous als Dionysos/Bacchus, nach dem so genannten "Braschi-Antinous" im Museo Pio-Clementine, Vatikan, einer 1792/93 in Praeneste entdeckten Kolossalskulptur. Marmor, teils poliert (altersbedingt guter Zusatnd, lediglich verschmutzt und kl. Best.). Rückseitig auf Sockel sign. O. ANDREONI Roma. H. 64 cm.

Andreoni, Orazio (Rom, 19. Jh.) Büste des Antinous als Dionysos/Bacchus, nach dem so genannten "Braschi-Antinous" im Museo Pio-Clementine, Vatikan, einer 1792/93 in Praeneste entdeckten Kolossalskulptur. Marmor, teils poliert (altersbedingt guter Zusatnd, lediglich verschmutzt und kl. Best.). Rückseitig auf Sockel sign. O. ANDREONI Roma. H. 64 cm.

A close-up of "The Young Antinous", Roman bust (2nd century CE) on display at Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome. Antinous was a extraordinary handsome boy. Emperor Hadrian met him in Bythinia and fell in love, taking him to Rome. The emperor wept for Antinous publicly when, in 130 CE. the young man mysteriously drowned in the Nile

A close-up of "The Young Antinous", Roman bust (2nd century CE) on display at Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome. Antinous was a extraordinary handsome boy. Emperor Hadrian met him in Bythinia and fell in love, taking him to Rome. The emperor wept for Antinous publicly when, in 130 CE. the young man mysteriously drowned in the Nile

Bronze statue of Hadrian, found at the Camp of the Sixth Roman Legion (Legio VI Ferrata) in Tel Shalem, 117–138 AD, Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Bronze statue of Hadrian, found at the Camp of the Sixth Roman Legion (Legio VI Ferrata) in Tel Shalem, 117–138 AD, Israel Museum, Jerusalem

marble bust of the Roman emperor Hadrian and portrait head from a statue of his lover Antinous

marble bust of the Roman emperor Hadrian and portrait head from a statue of his lover Antinous

Antinous. Antinous- Emperor Hadrian's boyfriend. Hadrien had him deified after his death (voluntary sacrifice?) and ordered statues commemorating his beauty made throughout the Roman empire.

Antinous. Antinous- Emperor Hadrian's boyfriend. Hadrien had him deified after his death (voluntary sacrifice?) and ordered statues commemorating his beauty made throughout the Roman empire.

.:. Archaeological Museum of Delphi: The statue of Antinoos:  This well preserved sculpture (only the forearms are lacking) portrays Antinoos, the youth from Bithynia whom Emperor Hadrian loved passionately until his premature death.

.:. Archaeological Museum of Delphi: The statue of Antinoos: This well preserved sculpture (only the forearms are lacking) portrays Antinoos, the youth from Bithynia whom Emperor Hadrian loved passionately until his premature death.

ANTINOUS - (Delphi Antinous) a cult statue of Antinous, sculpted in marble (117-138 AC).Found in the temple of Apollo at Delphi, 1893

ANTINOUS - (Delphi Antinous) a cult statue of Antinous, sculpted in marble (117-138 AC).Found in the temple of Apollo at Delphi, 1893

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