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Satyr giving a grapevine to Bacchus child. Cameo glass, 1st half of the 1st century. From Italy. Petit Palais, Paris

Cameo glass Satyr giving a grapevine to Bacchus child. Cameo glass, half of the century. From Italy.

Painting of Selene - from Pompeii, about 1st century BCE, at the Archeological Nazionale Museum, Napoli

Painting of Selene - from Pompeii, about century BCE, at the Archeological Nazionale Museum, Napoli Más

-40 -30, Boscoreale, Villa de Publius Fannius Synistor, Chambre M 2e STYLE Théâtre Grec: SKENE, PROSKEION. Colonnade obstruée de panneaux peints pendant les représentations. Péristyle sans toit: endroit ou il ne pleut pas . Composition allégorique. Domicile céleste de celui qui dort "OIkesis" de PLATON (// CICERON "Songe de Scipion": rencontres nocturnes avec Dieux). ILLUSIONISME + ALLEGORIE philosophico religieuse

Second Style wall paintings (general view and detail of tholos) from Cubiculum M of the Villa of Publius Fannius Synistor, Boscoreale, Italy, ca.

Fresco Pompeii, Italy  The Villa of Mysteries a must see. Is it pagan or Christian? You decide.

Etruscan girls fresco at The Villa of Mysteries Pompeya. Note face and movement.

Roman marble relief, c. AD 140-150. Aeneas and his son Ascanius finding the white sow with thirty piglets, the omen which marks the location of the future Alba Longa, founded by Ascanius after thirty years. British Museum, London.

Roman marble relief, c. AD Aeneas and his son Ascanius finding the white sow with thirty piglets, the omen which marks the location of the future Alba Longa, founded by Ascanius after thirty years.

Jan Gossaert (Jan Mabuse) Porträt eines Mädchen (Jaqueline de Bourgogne? oder Dorothea von Dänemark?)

Jan Gossaert Young Girl with Astronomic Instrument, , National Gallery, London. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Young Girl with Astronomic Instrument by Jan Gossaert.

The knife is on display at the Greek and Roman antiquities gallery at Cambridge's Fitzwilliam Museum

The Roman Army Knife: Or how the ingenuity of the Swiss was beaten by 1,800 years

A typical Roman divan or sofa in a Triclinium (three recliners), a three-sectioned sofa is illustrated in the 'Red Room' panel discovered in a Roman villa. Reclining Naiad drinking from a horn. ca. 30-50 CE. Campo Varano, Stabiae.

CE) Roman Fresco of a Reclining Naiad drinking from a horn. A typical Roman divan or sofa in a Triclinium (three recliners), a three-sectioned sofa is illustrated in the 'Red Room' panel discovered in a Roman villa.

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