Greco-Roman art, depicting gods and objects.

Greco-Roman Culture, Greece costumes, Objects, Oil lamps,
Greco-Roman art, depicting gods and objects. Encyclopédie published by Denis Diderot and Jean-Baptiste le Rond d’Alembert.

Antique Greco Roman Culture

Greco-Roman art, depicting gods and objects.

Source: Aggiunte all’opera Il costume antico e moderno di tutti i popoli, cogli analoghi disegni. Published by Giulio Ferrario (1767-1847).

Illustration, damasks, ornament


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