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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