The bible does not depict any images of Roman emperors as it was written before the emergence of the Roman Empire. However, if you’re referring to a general image of Roman emperors, here’s a description:
The stock image shows a portrait of a Roman emperor, dressed in regal attire with a crown or laurel wreath on his head, sitting on a throne or standing with his arms crossed. He may have a stern or thoughtful expression on his face and be surrounded by symbols of power and authority such as a scepter, orb, or eagle.
The image is reminiscent of the grandeur and might of the Roman Empire, reflecting the power and control of its emperors over vast territories and peoples.