Tiberian IntaglioNo. 1
Minerva with her principal attributes, the olive branch and owl.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 2
Porserpine metamorphosing Ascalaphus into an owl.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 3
Neptune in a dignified attitude. In his right hand he holds a dolphin, and in the left a trident.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 4
Mercury alighting on the tortoise to which Chelone is changed.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 5
Venus Victrix..

Tiberian Intaglio No. 6
Jupiter, armed with a hatchet, is here called Labradeus, as he is frequently represented on the coins of Caria, where he was worshipped under this invocation.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 7
Venus in her bath. She is holding a vase of elegant form filled with perfumed oil.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 8
The figure of Juno Sospita, covered with a goat-skin, and armed with a lance and shield.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 9
A sitting figure of Apollo, in the attitude of singing to his lyre.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 10
A Titan destroyed by Jupiter with a thunderbolt.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 11
Confiding the infant Mars to Pripus to educate.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 12
Neptune and Amphitrite seated on a sea horse.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 13
Cybele, with her crown of towers, and at her feet a tame lion, caressing Atys, the young and handsome shepard of Mount Ida.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 14
Venus and Mars.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 15
Ino, with her infant Melicerta, on the back of a dolphin.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 16
Saturn and his wife Rhea, with their attributes.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 17
Pluto carrying off Prosepine in a quadriga.

Tiberian Intaglio No. 18
Cybele in her car drawn by lions.