Young Hercules is strangling the snakes, sent by Juno, before the eyes of Alcmena, Amphitryon and his father Jupiter (Jupiter is represented as an eagle, flown down to the altar).
|Credits:||© 2002 Photo, text: POMPEI. / Pod red. F. Koarelli. Per. s ital. O.A. Uvarova. M.: SLOVO/SLOVO, 2002, s. 301309.|
Photographers Alfredo and Pio Foglia.
© 2002 MAGNUS EDIZIONI SpA, UDINE, ITALY.
Keywords: frescos frescoes fresco of the fourth style IV style from the exedra of House of the Vettii in Pompeii Hercules strangling the snakes before the eyes of Amphitryon and Alcmene Alcmena boy child young infant Hercules snake serpent sceptre rod throne footstool wreath Zeus Jupiter Iupiter Juppiter Iuppiter eagle altar