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Fresco of a peacock from a colombarium (private mausoleum) found in Villa…

Fresco of a peacock from a colombarium (private mausoleum) found in Villa Doria-Pamphilij in Rome, late cent.

This fresco of a Phoenix above two peacocks is from a tavern in Pompeii (don't call them thermopolia!). Paul Roberts says it was like a pub sign: eg. Meet you for a drink at the sign of the Phoenix! The inscription translates, "The Phoenix is happy, and you!" (probably an apotropaic slogan)

by Caroline Lawrence One of the first things that greeted visitors to the Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum exhibition at the British Museum in the summer of 2013 was a jolly fresco of a ph…

Pompei Insula 17 Casa del Baracciale D'Oro

Pompei Insula 17 Casa del Baracciale D'Oro

Boxing children fresco - Minoan culture

MINOAN FRESCO: Minoan Boxing Boys, restored fresco from Thera (modern-day Santorini), BC. Currently located at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece.Minoans and Garamantians were Africans.

Paphirus, Museo Préhistórico de Theras,  Santorine

miamou: Minoan Sea Daffodils Late Bronze age painted some time before 1630 BC Akrotiri, Thera Via Franswazz

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fresco lives at "Villa Livia" Prima Porta in Rome BC)

Villa of Poppaea, Oplontis - AD79eruption

IC 164 Fresco depicting a peacock and theatre mask from the oecus at the Villa op Poppaea, Oplontus, century CE

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