Here’s a snapshot of me from about 2,000 years ago. It’s not too bad a likeness, and much more accurate than the ugly thing on my driver’s license. There are additional pictures from different eras below the fold. I found them here, where you obtain similar portraits of your own.
Update: a friend reported that she got a malware warning after visiting the site. There has been no mention of similar problems in the comments at Borepatch or Chant du Départ, where I found it, and there may be nothing wrong with it. I’m leaving the link for now, but it might be prudent to be cautious. It may be relevant that I use the Brave browser with ads blocked.
Hitherto the best picture of me was Hans Memling’s:
It’s not entirely accurate: he left my glasses off, and my hair is straighter and longer, but it’s still more more like me than any image ever taken by a camera.
And now for something completely different: Chesterton and Belloc, as sketched by Max Beerbohm: