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371 The Aeneid. Virgil, 70-19 BC. Mosaic 3 rd C AD Africa. Bernini 17th century Aeneas, Anchises, Iulus. Aeneas Roman 2 nd AD. Diomedes wounding Aeneas. C.480 BC Greek. Aeneas Fresco 1 st AD Pompeii. Dossi, Aeneas on the Libyan Coast- c1620. Aeneas et al

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371 the aeneid

371 The Aeneid


Virgil 70 19 bc

Virgil, 70-19 BC

  • Mosaic

  • 3rd C AD

  • Africa


371 the aeneid

  • Bernini

  • 17th century

  • Aeneas,

    Anchises,

    Iulus


371 the aeneid

  • Aeneas

  • Roman

  • 2nd AD


Diomedes wounding aeneas

Diomedes wounding Aeneas

  • C.480 BC

  • Greek


371 the aeneid

  • Aeneas

  • Fresco

  • 1st AD

  • Pompeii


Dossi aeneas on the libyan coast c1620

Dossi, Aeneas on the Libyan Coast- c1620


371 the aeneid

  • Aeneas et al

  • Altar relief

  • 1st AD

  • Carthage


Raphael and assistants 1511 1515

Raphael and assistants- 1511-1515


371 the aeneid

  • Caesar

  • Roman coin

  • 47-46 BC


Virgil reading the aeneid to augustus and octavia angelica kaufman 18 th century

Virgil reading the Aeneid to Augustus and Octavia-Angelica Kaufman-18th century


371 the aeneid

  • Antoninus Pius

  • Roman Medallion

  • AD 139

  • Aeneid scenes


Aeneas and the sacred sow

Aeneas and the sacred sow

  • Marble relief

  • AD 140-150

  • Roman


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