The rebel general Quintus Sertorius, who defected from the Republic to lead the warriors of Iberia (and Roman rebels) against the regime of the Dictator Sulla during the Roman Civil Wars. He is seen here with a white fawn, a gift given to him by the native Iberians, which he claimed was divinely inspired by the Goddess of hunting, Diana.
Marc Anthony by Angus McBride at the Illustration Art Gallery
Artist: Angus McBride (biography) Medium: Gouache on Acid-free Paper Size: 18" x 8" (460mm x 200mm) Date: 1973 This is the original Gouache painting by Angus McBride. Marc Anthony delivers his famous speech at the funeral of Julius Caesar which everyone remembers for it's introduction "Friends, Romans, Countrymen." From the Look and Learn history of Rome that was published in 1973/4. This is from issue 622 published 15th December 1973. zClassical zLiterature zPolitical zHistorical zLck