Meet the Romans (people who have lived in ancient Rome, as not all of those on photos above were native Romans). From Caesars to ordinary citizens. The busts which you can see on the photographs you can find in Berlin at the Old Museum (Altes Museum) in the Roman collection on the first floor.
The Altes Museum is one of the oldest and most significant museums in Berlin, Germany. It was built between 1823 and 1830. The museum houses a number of important collections, including the Roman Collection, which is located on the first floor. The Roman Collection is one of the most extensive collections of ancient Roman art in the world, and it includes a wide range of objects, from small figurines to large statues and architectural fragments. The Roman Collection was formed over the course of several decades, beginning in the early 19th century. Many of the objects in the collection were acquired through archaeological excavations carried out by German archaeologists in Italy, Greece, and other parts of the Mediterranean. These excavations yielded a rich treasure trove of Roman art and artifacts, which were brought back to Germany and added to the collection.