Goddess Tellus Relief, Ara Pacis

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Augustae Ara Pacis, built between 13 and 9 BCE to celebrate Augustan peace. A relief panel with the goddess Tellus, two children and two female figures, symbol of fertility, with the elements of water riding a sea monster and air riding a swan. Italy, Rome.

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Tickets, C. R. (2018, November 05). Goddess Tellus Relief, Ara Pacis. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/9395/goddess-tellus-relief-ara-pacis/

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