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Figure 1: 3D laser scanning a marble bust of the Emperor Vespasian at the British Museum as part of the compilation of a 3D digital database of Roman portraiture (Authors' photo, courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum).

Figure 2: The Great Eastern Street head, London (Authors' photo courtesy of the Museum of London).

Figure 3: 3D scan of the Great Eastern Street head (© Bournemouth University). 3D PDF | WRL (VRML plugin required)

Figure 4: Aureus of Nero, in his mid-20s, minted between AD 61-2 (© Trustees of the British Museum).

Figure 5: Portrait of Nero from his third major portrait phase of AD 59-64, found on Palatine Hill in Rome (© Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome).

Figure 6: Portrait and profile of Nero from his fourth major portrait phase of AD 64-8 (© Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts).

Figure 7: The Hinckley head (Authors' photo, courtesy of Leicester Museum).

Figure 8: 3D scan of the Hinckley head, excluding the shoulders and base (© Bournemouth University). 3D PDF | WRL (VRML plugin required)

Figure 9: Aureus of Nero in his late teens, minted between AD 56-7 (© Trustees of the British Museum).

Figure 10: Portrait of Nero from his second major portrait phase of AD 54-9 (© Museo Nazionale, Cagliari).

Figure 11: The Fishbourne head (Authors' photo, courtesy of the Sussex Archaeological Society).

Figure 12: 3D scan of the Fishbourne head (Bournemouth University). 3D PDF | WRL (VRML plugin required)

Figure 13: Portrait of Nero from his first major portrait phase of AD 50/51-54, found in the basilica at Velleia, Italy (© Museo Nazionale di Antichità, Parma).

Figure 14: Aureus of Nero in his early teens, minted between AD 51–54 (© Trustees of the British Museum).


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