Marce Camitlnas, the Etruscan, holds the hair of Gnaeus Tarquinius, the Roman, and takes him as a prisoner
Fresco from Vulci, François Tomb.
Second half of the 4th century BCE.
Rome, Villa Albani

Marce Camitlnas, the Etruscan, holds the hair of Gnaeus Tarquinius, the Roman, and takes him as a prisoner.

Fresco from Vulci, François Tomb.
Second half of the 4th century BCE.

Rome, Villa Albani

Credits:
© Photo, text: GIOVANNI D’ANNA “LEGGENDE E TRADIZIONI DELL’ANTICA ROMA”, ARCHEO, N. 31, p. 43.
© Photo — Cortesia Giunti editore.
© Istituto Geografico De Agostini S.p.A. — Novara
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