Polyphemus and Galatea in a landscape, Roman fresco from the imperial villa of Agrippa Postumus at Boscotrecase, Italy, last decade of the 1st century bce; in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.
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By 327 B.C., the Second Samnite War had broken out for reasons similar to the First War. Early on, the Samnites defeated the Romans in numerous battles. After they defeated the Romans at the Caudine Forks, the war stalled for five years.
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Ancient Roman laundrymen plied their trade under the patronage of the goddess Minerva, whose symbol, the owl, perches on a wicker frame in this fresco from Pompeii’s largest laundry.
A Roman polychrome painted fresco fragment Circa 1st Century A.D. Depicting a female figure painted in flesh-coloured tones, standing on her toes.
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Primavera di Stabiae fresco
Retiarius contro secutor - Roma
Iapyx removing arrowhead from Aeneas - Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli - Enea ferito - affrescchi da Pompei