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LA 1000 Roman Hairstyles of the Late Republic and Early Empire
Cleopatra, first century B.C.
Livia, wife of Augustus, First Century B.C.
Possibly Octavia, sister of Octavian (Augustus) and wife of Mark Antony, around B.C.
Possibly Julia, daughter of Augustus, sporting the severe nodus hairstyle
Agrippina the Elder, granddaughter of Augustus, first century B.C.-first century A.D.
Agrippina the Younger, mother of Nero, around A.D. 50
A conservative Flavian hairstyle, around A.D. 90
Possibly Julia, the daughter of the Emperor Titus, sporting an elaborate Flavian hairstyle, around A.D. 90
An elaborate Flavian hairstyle from behind, first century A.D.
More elaborate Flavian hairstyles, late first century A.D.
Gaius Julius Caesar (a bit thin on the top), first century B.C.
Augustus (63 B.C.-A.D. 14) with his trademark curls
The Emperor Nero, sporting longish hair and a curly beard (he fancied himself an artist), mid-first century A.D.
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