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roman banquet

roman banquet

The Tomb of Orcus (), sometimes called the Tomb of Murina (), is a 4th-century BC Etruscan hypogeum (burial chamber) in Tarquinia, Italy. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Tomb of Orcus (), sometimes called the Tomb of Murina (), is a 4th-century BC Etruscan hypogeum (burial chamber) in Tarquinia, Italy. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Rome -  Note the three legged table. Roman fresco with banquet scene inside the House of Chaste Lovers in Pompeii. Before 79CE.

Rome - Note the three legged table. Roman fresco with banquet scene inside the House of Chaste Lovers in Pompeii. Before 79CE.

Roman Mosaic. Pelican. Caesarea, Israel

Roman Mosaic. Pelican. Caesarea, Israel

Bas relief from Arch of Marcus Aurelius showing sacrifice. Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161-180 AD) and members of the Imperial family offer sacrifice in gratitude for success against Germanic tribes. In the backgrounds stands the Temple of Jupiter on the Capitolium (this is the only extant portrayal of this roman temple). Bas-relief from the Arch of Marcus Aurelius, /wiki/Religion_in_ancient_Rome

Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays P - Z

Bas relief from Arch of Marcus Aurelius showing sacrifice. Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161-180 AD) and members of the Imperial family offer sacrifice in gratitude for success against Germanic tribes. In the backgrounds stands the Temple of Jupiter on the Capitolium (this is the only extant portrayal of this roman temple). Bas-relief from the Arch of Marcus Aurelius, /wiki/Religion_in_ancient_Rome

Cupids playing with dolphins, mosaic decoration of a fountain from Utica, Tunisia, (4th century) - Louvre

Cupids playing with dolphins, mosaic decoration of a fountain from Utica, Tunisia, (4th century) - Louvre

Garum was a salty condiment popular in the ancient Mediterranean. The Romans used in all kinds of dishes, including desserts. From the Greek: garos (a type of fish used in Greek garum). It was made two different ways. The cheaper common type was made on the stove, by cooking whole fish with oil and spices. The second type, called liquamen, was made by fermenting fish in pots. Click for recipe

Garum was a salty condiment popular in the ancient Mediterranean. The Romans used in all kinds of dishes, including desserts. From the Greek: garos (a type of fish used in Greek garum). It was made two different ways. The cheaper common type was made on the stove, by cooking whole fish with oil and spices. The second type, called liquamen, was made by fermenting fish in pots. Click for recipe

Nike - Ancient Greek funeral art in Italy, Paestum (5th century BC)

Nike - Ancient Greek funeral art in Italy, Paestum (5th century BC)

Leaf from an ivory diptych of Areobindus Dagalaiphus Areobindus, consul in Constantinople, 506

Leaf from an ivory diptych of Areobindus Dagalaiphus Areobindus, consul in Constantinople, 506

le bateau d'Ulysse

le bateau d'Ulysse

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