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Altar of the Gens Augusta. Detail: Aeneas leaves Troy.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous   Marble  c. 14 BCE 
Altar of the Gens Augusta. Detail: Roma with trophy.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous   Marble  c. 14 BCE 
Altar of the Gens Augusta. Detail: Apollo makes Augustus a god.   AUGUSTAN Anonymous   Marble  c. 14 BCE 
Altar of the Gens Augusta.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous   Marble  c. 14 BCE 
Altar of the Gens Augusta. Detail: Augustus makes a sacrifice.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous   Marble  c. 14 BCE 
Votive stele of Maghrawa.   CARTHAGINIAN Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Tombstone of married couple.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-399 
Aesclepius.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Winged victory figure with military standards.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-199? 
Tanit Enthroned.   CARTHAGINIAN   Terracotta  c. 100-399 
Winged Minerva.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Grave relief of a woman.   ROMAN EARLY IMPERIAL Anonymous   limestone  c. 100-200 
Marcus Aurelius.   ANTONINE Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Ceres/Tanit.   ROMAN IMPERIAL Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Isis.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-399 
Jupiter Serapis.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-399 
Saturn.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Fortuna Enthroned.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous   Terracotta  c. 100-399 
Foot of gigantic figure.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Genius of Carthagenian Colony.   HADRIANIC Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Apollo.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Lucius Verus.   ANTONINE Anonymous     c. 100-199 
Child in a mantle.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous     c. 100-299 
Charioteer & Wife.   SEVERAN Anonymous     c. 200-299 
Roman Military Officer.   ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous   Terracotta  c. 275-299 

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