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Saturnalia (1783) by Antoine-Fran├žois Callet, showing his interpretation of what the Saturnalia might have looked like
Saturnalia (1783) by Antoine-Fran├žois Callet, showing his interpretation of what the Saturnalia might have looked like
Ancient Greek painting signed by "Alexander of Athens", discovered in Herculaneum, showing five women playing knucklebones, a game which was played du
Ancient Greek painting signed by "Alexander of Athens", discovered in Herculaneum, showing five women playing knucklebones, a game which was played during the Attic holiday of Kronia.
2nd-century CE Roman bas-relief depicting the god Saturn, in whose honor the Saturnalia was celebrated, holding a scythe.
2nd-century CE Roman bas-relief depicting the god Saturn, in whose honor the Saturnalia was celebrated, holding a scythe.
Ruins of the Temple of Saturn (eight columns on right) in Rome, traditionally said to have been constructed in 497 BC
Ruins of the Temple of Saturn (eight columns on right) in Rome, traditionally said to have been constructed in 497 BC
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Piece of the fragmentary Fasti Praenestini for April, showing the Vinalia (VIN) and Robigalia (ROB)
Piece of the fragmentary Fasti Praenestini for April, showing the Vinalia (VIN) and Robigalia (ROB)
A rare depiction of Roman men wearing the toga praetexta and participating in what is probably the Compitalia
A rare depiction of Roman men wearing the toga praetexta and participating in what is probably the Compitalia