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Villa di livia, affreschi di giardino, parete corta  meridionale

Mural -- Villa Livia Villa Livia is thought to be part of the dowry of the inimitable Livia Drusilla BC-AD wife of Octavian, mother of Tiberius, who wielded enormous though unofficial power during the Republican era.

Thera -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

Ruins of Thera, the ancient name for both the island of Santorini in the Greek Cyclades and the name of the volcano which famously erupted on the island in the late Bronze Age and covered Akrotiri, thereby preserving the ancient town.

A torc (neck ring) made of gold. Dated to the Iron Age, and found in Potterne, Wiltshire, England.  Courtesy of Wessex Archaeology. This artefact is now in the Devizes Museum

A torc (neck ring) made of gold. Dated to the Iron Age, and found in Potterne, Wiltshire, England. Courtesy of Wessex Archaeology. This artefact is now in the Devizes Museum

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