After discussing the Romans on TV, I made it to the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, looking for my modern Roman emperors, and particularly keen to see the Kunstkammer, the extraordinary collection of exotic and virtuoso works of art (from cameos to automata) assembled by the Hapsburgs. I am still getting my eye in for emperors, and came across some excellent "12 Caesars" cameos from the late sixteenth century. But they were rather dwarfed by some of the other extravaganzas.
We are not necessarily talking great taste here, but for sheer bravura it takes some beating. Try this late sixteenth century version of Tantalus, whose head comes off (it's actually a bottle stopper).
Or this automaton of Diana on the back of a centaur (wasnt sure which parts actually moved!)
So that is where I spent most of my time, even though there were some great Caravaggios and Raphaels upstairs.