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Still life with peaches, detail of a Fourth Style wall painting, from Herculaneum, Italy, ca. 62–79

Peaches and carafe of water, Roman fresco, AD from the House of Stags in Herculaneum, in the Archaeological Museum, Naples

Affresco con pesche e brocca di vetro - particolare di affresco da Ercolano in mostra a Milano, a Palazzo Reale

Dalla Grecia a Pompei

roman fresco of fruit.

Roman fresco of fruit.

Oplontis (Napoli), Villa di Poppea

Oplontis (Napoli), Villa di Poppea

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Rooster Cock Picking Pomegranate Seeds Painting on Stretched Canvas, Kitchen Wall Decor, Ready to Hang!

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Roman Mysteries & Western Mysteries: The Trick to Pompeii

Pompei. Wish I could paint well enough to just copy this on my wall.

Wish I could paint well enough to just copy this on my wall.

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Imperial Roman Fourth Style fresco from Pompeii. Detail: Still life with fish, squid, and mussel.

Panneau de la Villa de P. Fannius Synistor de Boscoreale

Wall painting from the west wall of Room L of the Villa of P. Fannius Synistor at Boscoreale. Roman, Late Republican Period, ca.

Mosaic of an upturned basket of fish. British Museum.

Mosaic of an upturned basket of fish.

Villa de Poppée, femme de Néron, à Pompéi, fresque.

Villa de Poppée, femme de Néron, à Pompéi, fresque.

Wall painting fragment from the peristyle of the Villa of P. Fannius Synistor at Boscoreale  Period: Late Republican Date: ca. 50–40 B.C. Culture: Roman Medium: Fresco Dimensions: Overall: 35 3/4 x 25 1/2in. (90.8 x 64.8cm) Classification: Miscellaneous Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1903 Accession Number: 03.14.1

Roman Fresco -- Wall painting fragment from the peristyle of the Villa of P. Fannius Synistor at Boscoreale -- Late Republican - Circa BCE

Sappho (612-545 Bc) Poster Print (24 x 36)

Sappho (612-545 Bc) Poster Print (24 x 36)

Plate of mushrooms. Floor detail from Vatican Museum, Rome. Photo: Helen Miles Mosaics

Plate of mushrooms. Floor detail from Vatican Museum, Rome.

Timeline of Ancient Rome which signifies the first form of modern civilization in the history human kind development.

A timeline of the Roman civilisation. Beginning in 753 BCE with the foundation of the Roman monarch by Romulus and lasting until 476 BCE when the Western Roman Empire fell to barbarian invasions.

Pax Romana: the terms of peace imposed by ancient Rome on its dominions.

Pax Romana - Ancient Rome for Kids

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