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Many Roman statues are of gods and heroes rather than ordinary people, though the occasional senator and emporer creeps into the mix. This section tries to concentrate of ordinary Romans, Gallo-Romans and Romano-Brits.

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Woman on a balcony from a wall painting at Pompeii

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Woman on balcony from wall painting at Pompeii

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Woman bringing deer to sacrifice from wall painting at Pompeii

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Man in short hooded cloak from wall painting at Pompeii

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Priest with covered head from lararium (house shrine) at Pompeii

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Boy with lamb. He is probably wearing a Birrus Britannicus the most common hooded cloak worn by people in Britain and Gaul. From the Archaological Museum at Dijon in France

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Man carved on GalloRoman tomb. From the Archaological Museum at Dijon in France

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Man from Gallo-Roman tomb. He appears to be holding a writing tablet. In the Archaeological Museum at Dijon in France

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Man wearing a Birrus Britannicus. In the Archaeological Museum at Dijon in France

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A Roman shop scene. In the Dijon Archaeological Museum in France

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Bronze statue of senator from the Archaeological Museum in Granada, Spain

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Close-up of the senator's shoes. The stand is added by the museum - they are flat. In the Archaeological Museum in Granada, Spain

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Servants carrying food. In the British Museum, London.

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Roman Empress with baby. Louvre Museum, Paris

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Boy in Gaulish tunic and trousers. In Bourges Museum, France.

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Couple wearing torcs in National Museum Budapest, Hungary

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Woman from Palmyra showing eastern Roman dress styles. In V and A Museum, London

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