I tweeted a little while ago about the J Paul Getty Open Content Program - for which the museum should get a standing ovation. I plan to blog some of the highlights of the Roman collection over the next few days. First off, the Lansdown Herakles. It was found near the ruins of the villa of the Roman emperor Hadrian at Tivoli outside Rome. The statue was named for Lord Lansdowne, who once owned the Herakles and displayed it in his home in London.