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Monnus  

3rd century, male.

Activec.3rd century AD.

Mosaicist.

Ancient Roman.

Monnus is known from a large mosaic pavement showing poets and Muses, now in the Provincial Museum in Trier, Germany.

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3rd century, male.

Activec.220 BC.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

Pacuvius, the tragic poet, took up painting as a hobby as he grew older. He produced a number of works that were seen and admired in the temple of Hercules in the Forum Boarium at Rome, but their style and subject is unknown....

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1st century, male.

Active in the south of Italy.

Sculptor.

Ancient Roman.

Pasiteles lived at the time of Pompey. He founded a school of art in Rome and later wrote on his conclusions about art in a book mentioned by Pliny, Mirabilia aut nobilia opera in toto orbe...

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1st century, male.

Active in Romec.20 BC.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

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1st century, male.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

Pinus worked with Accius Priscus on the temple of Virtue and Honour in Rome.

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male.

Of unknown origin.

Mosaicist.

Ancient Roman.

Prosthasius has been attributed with a mosaic discovered at Avenches.

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Pythis  

male.

Active during the Roman age.

Of unknown origin.

Mosaicist.

Ancient Roman.

A mosaic made by Pythis was discovered at Le Mas Foulc near Nîmes.

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Quintus  

1st century, male.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Roman.

Quintus was the son of Alexas, a carver of cameos. A fragment of a cameo by the former, showing the god Mars walking, is in Florence.

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Rufus I  

1st century, male.

Active probably at the beginning of the 1st century.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Roman.

Rufus is known for a cameo showing Victory Driving Four Horses, now in the St Petersburg Museum.

St Petersburg (Hermitage): Victory Driving Four Horses (double layer onyx cameo...

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1st century, male.

Active during the second half of the 1st century.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

Rufus is mentioned in an epigram by Lucilius.

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1st century, male.

Active during the first half of the 1st century.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Roman.

Saturninus carved a cameo bearing the portrait of a woman.

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1st century, male.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

Seleucus painted a number of frescoes depicting lovers and nymphs now in the Museo Nazionale Romano in Rome.

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2nd – 3rd century, male.

Of unknown origin.

Mosaicist.

Ancient Roman.

Seleucus made a mosaic of Apollo and the Muses, found in Merida.

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Selius  

4th century, male.

Active probably during the 4th century.

Mosaicist.

Ancient Roman.

Selius made a mosaic showing Diana Bathing with Two Nymphs, found in Timgad (Algeria).

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3rd century, male.

Active in Puteoli.

Mosaicist.

Ancient Roman.

Sennius made a large mosaic of Apollo and Daphne from Lillebonne (France), now in Rouen.

Rouen: Apollo and Daphne (mosaic)

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male.

Active during the Roman age.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

Silvanus executed the paintings decorating the tomb of Postumius in Carmona (Seville).

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Sopolis  

1st century, male.

Active in Rome from 87 to 54 BC.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

Sopolis is mentioned by Pliny as a portraitist.

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male.

Active in the Imperial age.

Sculptor.

Ancient Roman.

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Teimias  

male.

Active in Phrygia during the Imperial age.

Sculptor.

Ancient Roman.

Teimias carved the figures on a stele for a tomb at Cotiaeum near Azani.

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1st century, male.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

Turpilius was one of the few Roman nobles to devote himself to painting. He worked in Verona.