Fragments of friezes with scenes from early Roman history. Found near the Basilica (I,XI,5). Top: geese noticing enemies trying to enter the Capitol quietly, in 390 BC. Inv. 620. Helbig 3116. Guida p. 69 nr. 4. Bottom: interpretation uncertain. Inv. 503, 516, 546. Helbig 3116. Guida p. 69 nrs. 5, 6, 7. Museo Ostiense. Second century AD.
E49913.

Relief of an orator (perhaps a Christian teacher), scribes and an audience. Found in a late-antique room near the Tempio di Ercole (I,XV,5). Guida p. 82-83 nr. 13. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 130. Late fourth century AD.
E49915.

So-called Torlonia relief. Harbour scene. Found in Portus near the Villa Torlonia. Gasparri 1980, nr. 430. Museo Torlonia. Severan.
E36841, E36842, E36843 (detail of a chariot drawn by elephants), E36844 (detail of unloading and an apotropaic eye), E36845 (detail of a statue of Neptunus, a ship and an apotropaic eye), E36846 (detail of a ship with depiction of Romulus and Remus and the letters VL(Votum Libero?) on the sail, and the lighthouse), E36847 (detail of a ship with depiction of Romulus and Remus and the letters VL(Votum Libero?) on the sail, and the lighthouse), E36848 (detail of a sacrifice on board of a ship), E36849 (detail of a ship with depiction of Romulus and Remus and the letters VL(Votum Libero?) on the sail, and the lighthouse).

Relief of a harbour scene. Amphorae with wine are being carried from a ship to the quay. The three seated persons seem to take notes about the cargo on wax tablets, joined together like a book. The first porter seems to receive some kind of token. Found in Portus. Gasparri 1980, nr. 428. Museo Torlonia.
E36853, E36854.