Capitoline Museum. ROME. IH- Southern Quarters. 211
Agrippina, wife of Germanicus (comp. the bust No. 10, below)-
— The collection of the *EmperorsJ Busts is one of the most
complete in existence; the names are for the most part verified
by coins (comp. p. lv).
The numbering of the busts commences in the upper row, to the left
of the entrance-door. 1. Julius Caesar; 2. Augustus; 3. Marcellus, nephew
of the latter(?); 4. Tiberius; 5. Germanicus; 7. Drusus the elder, brother
of Tiberius ; 8. Antonia, wife of the elder Drusus, mother of Germanicus
and Claudius ; 9. Germanicus ; 10. Agrippina, his wife, daughter of
M. Agrippa and mother of Caligula; *11. Caligula, in basalt; 12. Claudius;
13. Messalina, third wife of Claudius ; 14. Agrippina the younger, daughter
of Germanicus, mother of Nero and last wife of Claudius ; 15. Nero ;
16. Nero (freely restored); 17. Poppsea, Nero's second wife; 18. Galba
(modern); 19. Otho; 20. Vitellius ; 21. Vespasian; 22. Titus; 23. Julia,
his daughter; 24. Domitian; *25. Domitia, wife of Domitian; 26. Nerva
(modern); 27. Trajan; 28. Plotina, his wife; 29. Martiana, his sister;
30. Matidia, her daughter; 31, 32. Hadrian ; 33. Sabina, his wife; 34. Julius
Caesar, his adopted son ; 35. Antoninus Pius ; 36. Faustina the elder, his
wife; 37. Marcus 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. Heliogabalus; 60. Alex. Severus;
*62. Maximin; 63. Maximus, son of Maximin; 64. Gordian Africanus ;.
65. Gordian; 66. Pupienus; 69. Philippus Caesar; 76. Gallienus; 82. Julian
the Apostate (? the inscription on this bust is mediaeval).
VI. Corridor. At the end to the left: no number, Beautiful
marble vase on an archaistic * Puteal or circular well-head, with a
procession 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 as a youth. Thèn, the
back of the visitor being turned to the window: (1.) 30. Trajan;
(1.) *29. Pallas, found at Velletri, a replica of the Minerva Gius¬
tiniani (No. 114; p. 405), without the asgis; (r.) 42. Female funeral
statue. (The door opposite leads to the Venus room, see p. 278).
Left, 20. Psycke, tormented by Cupid; (r.) Sarcophagus with
representation of the birth and education of Bacchus. In the
following compartments of the window-wall and rear-wall are in¬
scriptions from a columbarium (now destroyed). Right: 48. Son of
Niobe failing on his knee; (1.) 15. Colossal head of Venus; (r.) *49.
Colossal female head (the eyes, of vitreous paste, were inserted),
an originai work by Damophon of Messene (2nd cent. B.C.); 51.
Colossal head of Aphrodite; 52. Draped statue of Aphrodite,
restored as a Muse; (1.) 10. Octagonal cinerary urn with Cupids;
8. Old woman intoxicated. Here is the entrance to the Room of the
Doves (p. 278). Then, (1.) 5. Cupid bending his Boxo; (r.) 60. Flute-
playing satyr; 50. Copy of the Discobolus of Myron (p. 245), in-
correctly restored as a failing warrior; 38. Hercules, wrongly
restored by Algardi (Hercules originally knelt on the hind); The
leg with the hydra (No. 39), exhibited beside this work, belonged
to a different group though found at the same place.