Marble figures of Bacchus, Neptune, Mercury and various other ancient deities feature in a new book — Roman sculpture from London and the South East.
The publication — sporting 84 pages of picture plates — also features sculptures from the Temple of Mithras, and the head of Hadrian discovered in the Thames (only three Hadrian's heads are known to exist in the world).
Not only does the book explain where in London these artefacts were discovered, it tells you where you can see them now; many are right under our noses, in institutions such as the British Museum and Museum of London.
If you fancy owning the book — aimed largely at students, but a handsome coffee table piece all the same — you'll have to excavate your pockets: it'll set you back the emperor's ransom of £120.
Roman Sculpture from London and the South East is available now from the British Academy website.