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The Urban Legacy of Ancient Rome Photographs from the Ernest Nash Fototeca Unione Collection

Lacus Iuturnae, marble altar with reliefs, which was found in the Lacus, Helena as Selene, goddess of light.

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Title:
Lacus Iuturnae, marble altar with reliefs, which was found in the Lacus, Helena as Selene, goddess of light.
Alternate Title:
Lacus Iuturnae (Roma), ara pulvinata con rilievi rinvenuta presso la sorgente orientale and Lacus Iuturnae (Rome, Italy), marble altar with reliefs, which was found in the Lacus: Helena as Selene, goddess of light
Photographer:
Unknown
Topic:
Lacus Curtius, Lacus Curtius (Roma), and Altars of the Dioscuri at the Lacus Iuturnae
Physical Description:
Print Dimensions: Width: 180 mm x Height: 240 mm; Negative Dimensions: Width: 60 mm x Height: 60 mm
Genre:
photographs and Detail Sculpture
Repository:
American Academy in Rome
Donor tags:
Lacus Curtius and Altars of the Dioscuri at the Lacus Iuturnae
Document Subtype:
Altar
Collection:
Ernest Nash Fototeca Unione Collection
Identifier:
95178, FU.Roma.LI.18, and FUN.4331