Frescoe With Wounded Aeneas, 1st Century AD

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Fresco depicting Iapyx removing an arrowhead from Aeneas’ thigh. Venus stands over, while beside Aeneas stands his young son Ascanius. 1st century CE (between 45 and 79 AD), from Pompeii. (Naples National Archaeological Museum).

Source: Ancient History Encyclopedia

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This image was first published on Flickr. Original image by Carole Raddato. Uploaded by , published on 13 May 2015 under the following license: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike

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