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Resting dog in Roman fresco

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A resting dog on a Roman fresco
Resting dog in Roman fresco

Wall fresco showing a resting dog. This detail is part of a larger composition presenting Endymion and the goddess Selena, located on the wall of triclinium – the dining room at home Casa dell’Ara massima, VI, 16, 15, in Pompeii. The painting is dated to the 1st century CE.

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