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

Aedicula Iuturnae, altar of Juturna featuring a relief depicting the goddess greeting her brother Turnus.

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Inline Map:
Title:
Aedicula Iuturnae, altar of Juturna featuring a relief depicting the goddess greeting her brother Turnus.
Alternate Title:
Aedicula Iuturnae (Roma), l'ara Iuturnae, con la rappresentazione a rilievo della dea che saluta il fratello Turno and Aedicula Juturnae (Rome, Italy), altar of the Juturnae featuring a relief depicting the goddess greeting her brother Turnus
Photographer:
Nash, Ernest
Topic:
Lacus Iuturnae, Edicola di Giuturna (Roma), Lacus Juturnae (Rome, Italy), Altars of the Dioscuri at the Lacus Iuturnae, Lacus Curtius, and Lacus Curtius (Roma)
Physical Description:
Print Dimensions: Width: 180 mm x Height: 190 mm; Negative Dimensions: Width: 60 mm x Height: 60 mm
Date Created:
1958
Genre:
photographs and Detail Sculpture
Repository:
American Academy in Rome
Donor tags:
Lacus Iuturnae, Altars of the Dioscuri at the Lacus Iuturnae, and Lacus Curtius
Document Subtype:
Altar
Collection:
Ernest Nash Fototeca Unione Collection
Identifier:
95192, FU.Roma.LIAED.5, and FUN.4683