The Good Shepherd, century CE. A common image in ancient Greece of a shepherd carrying a sheep over his shoulders, continued in Roman art. Later co-opted by early christians as a metaphorical image of Christ in mosaics, Vatican Museum, Rome.
Roman marble statue of Mithras slaying the bull. Mithras is shown in eastern costume, including trousers and a Phrygian cap. A dog and snake are shown trying to lick the blood and a scorpion is attacking the bull's genitals. The British Museum, London.
Demeter \ Hera Ancient Roman statue of Hera, formerly in the Barberini Collection, restored as Demeter by Gaspare Sibilla. This is a replica of a century BC Greek original from the school of Phidias. Exhibited in the “Sala Rotonda” (Round Hall).