The ticket to the Coliseum and Forum includes entry to the Palatine, which is the hill where the emperors had their palaces. There is a great deal of beautiful space on the Palatine. I was there last week. (Yes, it was November and, as often happens, it rained a great deal in the afternoon, but we got lucky and saw these sites in the morning before the rain.) There were probably 20 tourists on the Forum for every one visiting the peaceful Palatine, with its wonderful overlook of the Forum. When you get down to the level of the Forum, you can look back up and see where you were (way at the top): It is easy to walk right past the Palatine Museum, which is well off the main pathway across the Palatine. It is devoted to the story of the Palatine Hill. I almost didn't go in, but then decided to and was rewarded with quite a few busts of emperors. I took photos in right profile as much as I could. At first I will not identify the emperor in the photo. I invite you, not to blurt out who it is, but to post of coin of that emperor (without identifying the emperor). Then, after a few photos have been posted I will confirm who the bust was attributed to. Then I will move on to another bust. Post a coin of this Roman (at least, who you think it is). DO NOT say who it is. (You may attribute your coin in every way but naming the person.) After a few replies I'll post the attribution and another bust from the Palatine Museum.