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Résultats Google Recherche d'images correspondant à http://books.openedition.org/pcjb/docannexe/image/695/img-56-small517.jpg

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un viaje a algunos lugares del pasado, ese país extraño...

The Bawdy Graffiti of Pompeii and Herculaneum - Kashgar Tribal Artifacts - Life for the Modern Nomad

Roman Butcher's, relief (stone) (2nd cent.A.D.) - Museo della Civiltà Romana, Roma

Roman Butcher's, relief (stone) (2nd cent.A.D.) - Museo della Civiltà Romana, Roma

Tolemaide, casa del triconco, fusti a cuore

Tolemaide, casa del triconco, fusti a cuore

Education a Rome. (Sarcophage romain, Musée du Louvre) : Cette gravure présente, en 3 scènes, les 3 âges de l’enfance. Sarcophagus of M. Cornelius Statius depicting stages in a boy's life (Roman, 2nd century CE) Mother nurses infant while father looks on; father holds infant; youth rides in chariot drawn by goat; youth recites lesson before tutor.

Education a Rome. (Sarcophage romain, Musée du Louvre) : Cette gravure présente, en 3 scènes, les 3 âges de l’enfance. Sarcophagus of M. Cornelius Statius depicting stages in a boy's life (Roman, 2nd century CE) Mother nurses infant while father looks on; father holds infant; youth rides in chariot drawn by goat; youth recites lesson before tutor.

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La lupa capitolina

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This image is a cartoon that is depicting the Augury between Romulus and Remus, which would decide who is the rightful ruler of Rome. In the image, the Cartoonist is depicting Romulus spotting 12 birds and Remus spotting 6 birds, thus making Romulus the winner. This image is representing the story of Romulus winning the Augury, and thus believing that the Gods chose him as the rightful ruler of Rome.

A drawing depicting the Augury contest that Romulus and Remus used to determine who should rule their new city. Remus saw his sign of six birds first, but Romulus saw twice as many birds, leading to their fight and Remus' death.

This relief sculpture shows a Roman shop, with customers buying pillows.

Retail shop scene, with customers buying pillows, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

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