1) Roman copy of Pericles in a Corinthian Hat (after a bronze original by Kresilas), marble, Vatican.
2) Roman copy of the Sacrifice of Iphigenia, (after an original by Timanthes 4 B.C.), 1st century A.D., discovered at Pompeii, now in Archaeological Museum, Naples.
3) Romulus, Remus and the She-Wolf, c 500-480 B.C., Museo del Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome.
4) Ara Pacis Augustae, view from west, 13-9 B.C., previously Campus Martius, Ara Pacis Museum, from 1938.
5) Detail: Augustus and his Lictors, south frieze.
6) Detail: Marcus Agrippa & Imperial Family.
7) Detail: Marcus Agrippa, Livia, Drusus, Tiberius, the Young Antonia, her son Germanicus, the elder Antonia, niece of Augustus.
8) Detail: Sacrifice of Aeneas, southwest panel: Aeneas and his son Julius-Ascanius.
9) Head of an Old Man, sometimes called “Brutus”, late 4th century B.C., Museo del Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome.
10) Statue of a Patrician carrying busts of his ancestors in a Funeral Procession, 1 A.D., marble, Museo Barberini, Rome.
11) Detail: Portraits of ancestors.
12) Map of Italy showing province of Chieti.
13) Head of a Man from Scoppitto, 1st century B.C., marble, h 28 cm, Museo Nazionale, Chieti.
14) Map of Italy showing ancient towns including Taranto (Rom Tarantum).
15) Female head with gold diadem, 4th century B.C., terracotta, h 36 cm, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Taranto.
16) Aerial shot of Greek Temples at Paestum.
17) Horse & Rider from Tomb n 58 from the Andriuolo Necropolis, Paestum, mid 4th century B.C., fresco, 146 x 98 cm, Museo Archeologico, Paestum.
18) Banqueting and Diver murals from the “Tomb of the Diver,” c. 470 B.C., Paestum.
19) Diver from Tomb of the Diver
20) Arch of Trajan, Benevento, Italy: the side oriented towards the centre of the city. The inscription is catalogued as CIL IX 1558.
21) Arch of Trajan: Scene of sacrificie.
22) Arch of Trajan: Trajan, Allegorical Figures and Italian children.
23) Portrait of Trajan, formerly Villa Albani, c. 108 A.D., Museo Capitolini, Rome.
24) View of the Bay of Naples.
25) National Archaeological Museum, Naples, 1895.
26) Bust of Marcus Aurelius, marble, National Archaeological Museum, Naples, “Capitoline Imperator Type,” probably 170-80 A.D.
27) Statue of Augustus as the Capitoline Jupiter, 1st century A.D, marble, National Archaeological Museum, Naples.
28) Farnese Bull (Punishment of Dirce), from Baths of Caracalla, Antonine or Severan copy of a Hellenistic original of c 150 B.C., Naples, Museo Nazionale.
29) Details of Farnese Bull.
30) Mosaic from the House of the Faun: Battle of the Issus, derived from an original Greek painting of 333 B.C., Museo Nazionale, Naples.
31) House of the Faun, Pompeii.
32) Detail: Alexander the Great.
33) Mosaic from House of the Faun, Pompeii: animals and fishes, Museo Nazionale, Naples..
34) Mosaic from House of the Faun, Pompeii: Nilotic landscape with hippotamus, crocodile and ducks, Museo Nazionale, Naples.
35) Dioscorides of Samos (signed), Mosaic from House of Cicero, Pompeii: Travelling Players, 1st century B.C., Museo Nazionale, Naples.
36) View of Pompeii with Vesuvius in the Background,
37) Ruins of Pompeii.
38) Lucy MecKenzie, Cheyney and Eileen disturb a Historian at Pompeii, 2005, acrylic and ink on paper, on paper, 254 x 368. 3 cm, Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles/Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii.
39) Map of Bay showing spread of Mt Vesuvius after eruption in 79 A.D and bodies.
40) Mural from the house of Julia Felix, Pompeii, before A.D. 79: still life with fruit bowl and amphora.
41) Portrait of Paquius Proculo and his Wife, National Archeological Museum, Naples, formerly in the House of Julia Felix.
42) Reconstruction of the House of Julia Felix.
43) Fourth Style wall painting with architectural landscape, a detail from a panel from the portico of the Temple of Isis in Pompeii, Naples National Archaeological Museum.
44) Casa della Venere, Pompeii: Atrium; longitudinal section through the house (Mau); plan of house. Restored in A.D. 79, excavated 1933-35.
45) Portico, House of Venus.
46) Plan of House of Venus.
47) Mural of Venus in her Shell, rear wall of peristyle.
48) Mural of Mars, rear wall of peristyle.
49) Casa del Frutetto (House of the Orchard), Black Garden Room, fresco.
50) Detail: Tree and plants.
51) Casa del Frutetto (House of the Orchard), Blue Garden Room,fresco.
52) Third style from the House of the Vetii, Pompeii, The Ixion Room, 60-79 A.D.
53) Punishment of Ixion, House of the Vettii, Pompeii,
54) Triclinium of Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii.
55) Detail: Wall scenes.
56) Reconstruction of Dining Room.
57) Detail: Reading of the Rituals of the Bridal Mysteries.
58) Detail: Dionysiac freize.
59) Map of Bay Area showing cities engulfed by Vesuvius.
60) Harbour of Stabiae.
61) Port scene. Roman Fresco from Stabiae. Perhaps the harbour of Puteoli (ancient Pozzuoli). Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Naples).
62) Main entrance to Villa San Marco, Stabiae.
63) “Primavera di Stabiae, previously, Stabiae, now Archaeological Museum, Naples.