Cleopatra in Pompeii?

@article{Walker2008CleopatraIP,
  title={Cleopatra in Pompeii?},
  author={Susan Walker},
  journal={Papers of the British School at Rome},
  year={2008},
  volume={76},
  pages={35 - 46}
}
  • S. Walker
  • Published 1 November 2008
  • Art
  • Papers of the British School at Rome
All'inizio del 2007 mentre stavo rivedendo il contesto di rinvenimento di due placche di vetro cammeo trovate nell'ampio oecus (stanza 62) della Casa di Marcus Fabius Rufus dell'Insula Occidentalis di Pompeii, ho avuto l'opportunità di esaminare una pittura parietale di notevole interesse. In questo contributo la pittura viene descritta e inserita nel contesto dello sviluppo della casa. Per quanto riguarda il soggetto rappresentato, suggerisco che la figura principale non rappresenti la dea… 
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