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    Another of the beautiful frescoes from the Roman Villa Livia. The species showcased were: the strawberry tree, bay laurel (of course), oleander, holm oak, English oak, Cornelian cherry, myrtle, date palm, Italian cypress, quince, stone pine, and pomegranate.

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    Roman #Fresco, Livia Villa, Rome, 30-20 BCE. Abete, parete lunga occidentale.

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