The original “Romana” is a mid-19th-century typeface by Théophile Beaudoire rooted in the French “Elzevir” style. [MyFonts]
There are multiple interpretations of Romana (AKA Roemisch, Romanisch, Romaans) by various foundries. The one shown here — likely from Haas, Trennert, and Ludwig & Mayer — is an early 1900s German interpretation of De Vinne. [Seemann]
Schelter & Giesecke had an outline version named Tasso. Together with Halbfette Romanisch, it formed the bichromatic set Tizian.