Portrait-herm-bust of Themistocles. Found in the Caseggiato del Temistocle (V,XI,2). Helbig 3019. Guida p. 32 nr. 10. SO V, nr. 1. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 85. Second century AD?
E23886, E23887, E23888, E23889.

Small portrait of Socrates. SO V, nr. 14. Museo Lateranense.
F5615, F5616.

Portrait of Demosthenes. Found in a wall in the Episcopio in Portus. Helbig 3029. Guida p. 35 nr. 3. SO V, nr. 10. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 1519.
F5690, F5691, F5900.

Portrait of Demosthenes. Found on the Tenuta Aldobrandini. Helbig 3030. Guida p. 36 nr. 4. SO V, nr. 11. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 92. Late second century AD.
E27143.

Portrait of Alexander the Great. Found in a shop near the Teatro (II,VII,2). SO V, nr. 13. Stolen. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 468. Fifth century AD.
F9406, F9439.

Statue of a seated person, perhaps Chrysippus (third century BC). Found near the Porta Laurentina. SO V, nr. 9. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 410.
F14590, F14591.

Portrait of Antinous as priest of Attis. Found on the Campo della Magna Mater (IV,I). SO V, nr. 129. Museo Nazionale Romano. Inv. 341. C. 130 AD.
F9448, F9528, F9535 (detail).

Portrait of a philosopher, perhaps Plotinus (ca. 205270 AD). From the Tenuta Aldobrandini. Helbig 3136. Guida p. 79-80 nrs. 4, 5, 6. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 68. Or Severan?
E23890, E27289A, E27289B, E49917 (Three portraits of a philosopher, perhaps Plotinus. Left: inv. 1386. Middle: inv. 68. Right: inv. 436.

Portrait of a philosopher, perhaps Plotinus (ca. 205270 AD). Found in the Terme del Filosofo (V,II,6-7). Helbig 3137. Guida p. 79-80 nrs. 4, 5, 6. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 436. Second half of the third century AD.
F5777, F5784.

Portrait of a philosopher, perhaps Plotinus (ca. 205270 AD). Found in the Terme del Filosofo (V,II,6-7). Helbig 3135. Guida p. 79-80 nrs. 4, 5, 6. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 1386. C. 260-270 AD.
F5790, F5791, F5883, F5884.

Statue of a man, perhaps Q. Aurelius Symmachus or Ragonius Vincentius Celsus. Found in the palaestra of the Terme del Foro (I,XII,6). Helbig 3141. Guida p. 81 nr. 10. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 55. Late fourth or early fifth century AD.
E23883, E23884.