Silver Romulus and Remus coin with a side portrait of a ruler, on the reverse, Romulus and Remus being nursed by a she-wolf. Amulius, fearing that Romulus and Remus would grow up to overthrow him, had them placed in a trough and thrown into the River Tiber where they were later found by a she-wolf who, instead of killing them, looked after them and fed them with her milk.
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Treasures of the World Artifact Spotlight:
Ancient Artifacts - Roman Statue Head
White marble head of a Goddess or muse, her oval face with a straight nose, wide eyes, the hair parted in the center, bound in a chignon above the nape of the neck and tied in a fillet. Mounted on a base.
Krater shaped two-handled terracotta vessel on a footed base, black figures on an orange background: two robed figures facing each other holding vessels, to the other side a bearded male riding a horse. Earthen patina.
Hand painted ceramic vase with a wide body, tapering narrow neck and covered in a heavy crackle glaze. Depicts in colors, the scene of wildflowers within a geometric border.
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