The Baths of Diocletian in Rome - reimagined. The Baths are on the Viminal, the smallest of the Seven hills of Rome, just inside the Agger of the Servian Wall. They served as a bath for the people residing in the Viminal, Quirinal, and Esquiline quarters of the city.The Baths were commissioned by Maximian in honor of co-Emperor Diocletian in 298, the same year he returned from Africa.
The Flavian emperor Titus (C.E. 79-81). Found in the so-called "basilica" Herculaneum, now in the Naples Museum (photo from the "Divus Vespanianus" exhibit, 2009, Curia, Roman Forum). The full portrait depicts the emperor in a chestplate (cuirass) and cloak.