Roman Myth and Mythmaking

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Roman Myth and Mythmaking

September 17–December 17, 2016
Gonzaga University’s Jundt Art Museum, Spokane, WA

“Roman Myth and Mythmaking,” a special, temporary exhibition examining how the ancient Romans constructed and spread their religious and cultural beliefs as seen through mostly small-scale objects they created and used on a daily basis will be on display in the Jundt Galleries of Gonzaga University’s Jundt Art Museum in Spokane.

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Objects on loan

The ANS had a total of 64 objects on loan to this exhibition. Highlights of the loan include:

Gold Aureus of Hadrian, Rome, AD 124 – AD 125 1956.184.33

Gold Aureus of Septimius Severus, Rome, AD 202 – AD 210 1970.31.1

Silver Coin, Rome, 43 B.C. 1937.158.302

Bronze Dupondius of Vespasian, Rome, AD 71 1944.100.41570

Silver Coin, Rome, 42 B.C. 1937.158.328

Gold Aureus of Pertinax, Rome, AD 193. 1967.153.166

Gold Aureus of Septimius Severus, Rome, AD 196 – AD 211 1955.191.22

Silver Coin, Africa, 47 B.C. – 46 B.C. 1937.158.262

Gold Aureus of Geta, Rome, AD 211 1954.256.28

Silver Coin, Sicily, 42 B.C. – 40 B.C. 1937.158.343

Gold Aureus of Commodus, Rome, AD 178 – AD 191 1955.191.20

Silver Cistophorus of Hadrian, Ephesus, AD 128 – AD 132 1944.100.45563

Bronze semis, Sicily, 214 BC – 211 BC. 2011.79.15