Browse Exhibits : 7
Learn about how Roman emperors displayed, affirmed, and articulated power through their architectural and artistic endeavors.
This exhibit explores the ways in which Roman emperors' various architectural enterprises and contributions to the structural blueprint of Rome reflected their pursuit of power and desire to assert authority.
Learn more about the ways Roman emperors project power through architecture and how architecture in Rome conveys a larger socio-political purpose in this exhibit.
Explore how emperors throughout the imperial age of Rome used architectural feats in order to (hopefully) become deified.
Boasts and Begrudging Respect: Ancient Roman Portrayals of Barbarians in Art and Architecture ( by Xavier Sanchez)
An exhibition and discussion of "barbarians" in ancient Roman art and Architecture