Virgil’s tomb (Italian: Tomba di Virgilio) is a Roman-era crypt in Naples, believed to be the grave of the poet Virgil (15 October 70 BC – 21 September 19 BC).
Marble Curulian armchair, Bedstead, Iron suitcase, Terracotta casting vessel, Four-legged table.
Classical Antiquity. Footwear. Fashions and Customs. Calceus, Ocrea, Caliga, Campagus, Crepida, Solea, Pero, Ceremonial shoes, Runner’s boots, Lace-up shoe.
Antiquities and Works of Art. Ancient specimens of Roman and Grecian Mosaic Glass. Amphora, Cruche, or Œnochœ, small Bottle, ribbed Cup.
Roman legionary. Reconstructed after reliefs of the Trajan’s Column.
The Rex Sacrorum (“king of sacrifices”), also known as Rex Sacrificulus was one of the highest Roman priests.
Various depictions and descriptions of bloody and bloodless sacrificial ceremonies of the ancient Romans. The cultrarius, the camillus, the spondaules, the victim butchers, victimarii, the popa.
The Paulus Emilius series, as previously stated, was woven in the third quarter of the XVII century. It showed the Roman hero clad in a sumptuous robe …
Rome. Musical instruments. Wind instruments. Stringed instruments. Cymbals, Timpani and castanets.
The atrium was connected to several side rooms, which were closed by doors, and two open rooms, the latter being called alae.