210 III. Southern Quarters. ROME. a. The Capitol,•
30. Aristophanes (?); 31. Demosthenes ; 33, 34. Sophocles; 35.
Alcibiades; 37. Hippocrates; 38. Chrysippus; 44, 45, *46. Homer,
48. Cn. Domitius Corbulo, general under Claudius and Nero; *49.
Scipio Africanus, recognisable by the wound on his head which
he received when a youth at the battle of Ticinus, whilst saving
his father's life ; 58. Plato ; *59. Arminius the Cheruscan (?),.
erroneously named Cecrops ; 63. Epicurus and Metrodorus, a doublé
berma ; 64. Epicurus ; 72, 73. Julian the Apostate ; 76. Terence,
according to others C. Asinius Pollio ; *82. ^Eschylus (?). The
names of the busts by the window-wall are unknown.
V. Room of the Busts of the Emperors. Reliefs by the
entrance-wall : *92. Endymion asleep, beside him the watchful
dog ; *89. Perseus liberating Andromeda (these two belong to the
eight reliefs in the Pai. Spada, p. 193). Above the window are
other sarcophagus-reliefs. — The ^Collection of the Emperors' Busts
is one of the most complete in existence ; the names are for the
most part verified by coins (comp. p. xlvii).
In the centre : *84. Sitting female statue, believed to be Agrippina,
daugbter of M. Agrippa, wife of Germanicns and mother of Caligula. The
numbering of the busts commences in the upper row. to the left of the
entrance-door. 1. Julius Csesar; 2. Augustus; Marcellus, nephew of the
latter (?); 4, 5. Tiberius; 6. Drusus the elder, brother of Tiberius; 7. Dru-
sus, son of Tiberius; 8. Antonia, wife of the elder Drusus, mother of
Germanicus and Claudius; 9. Germanicus; 10. Agrippina, his wife; *11.
Caligula, inbasalt; 12. Claudius; 13. Messalina, fifth wife of Claudius;
14. Agrippina the younger, daugbter of Germanicus, mother of Nero and
last wife of Claudius; 15. Nero; 16. Nero (freely restored); 17. Poppsea,
Nero's second wife; 18. Galba (modem); 19. Otho; 20. Vitellius (?); 21.
Vespasian; 22. Titus; 23. Julia, his daughter; 24. Domitian; *25. Domitia,
wife of Domitian; 26. Nerva (modem?); 27. Trajan; 28. Plotina, his wife;
29. Martiana, his sister; 30. MaJidia, her daughter; 31, 32. Hadrian, 33.
Sabina, his wife; 34. iÉlius Csesar, his adopted son; 35. Antoninus Pius;
36. Faustina the elder, his wife; 37. Aurelius as a boy; 38. M. Aurelius
more advanced in life ; 39. Faustina the younger, daughter of Antoninus,
wife of Aurelius; 41. Lucius Verus; 43. Commodus; 45. Pertinax; 48.
Macrinus ; 49. Unknown, executed according to the inscription by Zenas
of Aphrodisias; 50, 51. Septimius Severus; 53. Caracalla; 57. Heliogabulus;
60. Alex. Severus; *62. Maximin; 63. Maximus, son of Maximin; 64. Gor-
dian Africanus ; 65. Gordian ; 76. Gallienns ; 80. Diocletian (?) ; 82. Julian
the Apostate (? the inscription on this bust is mediseval).
VI. Corridor. At the left end : no number, Beautiful marble
vase on an archaistic *Puteal or circular well-head, with a proces-
sion of 12 gods : Jupiter, Juno, Minerva, Hercules, Apollo, Diana,
Mars, Venus, Vesta, Mercury, Neptune, and Vulcan. By the
window to the left : 33. Bust of Caligula; Then, the back ofthe
visitor being turned to the window: (1.) 30. Trajan; (1.) *29.
Pallas, found at Velletri, exactly corresponding to the statue
(No. 114) mentioned on p. 306; (1.) 28. M. Aurelius, as a boy;
(r.) 35. Head of Silenus ; (1.) 26. Augustus; (1.) 25. Jupiter, on a
cippus with relief : Claudia Quinta, the vestal virghi, drawing a
boat containing the image of the Magna Mater up the Tiber ; (r.)
38. Bacchus ; (r.) 42. Female draped statue. (The door opposite