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Hannah LaParisienne
Hannah LaParisienne • 1 year ago

Wall painting: Polyphemus and Galatea in a landscape, from the imperial villa at Boscotrecase Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: last decade of the 1st century B.C. Culture: Roman Medium: Fresco Dimensions: H. 73 3/4 in. (187.33 cm.) width 47 in. (119.38 cm.) Classification: Miscellaneous Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1920 Accession Number: 20.192.17

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