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Blackbird on Roman fresco

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Kos on a Roman fresco
Blackbird on Roman fresco

Blackbird on a Roman fresco from Pompeii. The blackbird is a bird in the Turdidae family that often eats soft fruit. It was certainly well known among Roman vineyard workers.

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