The Capitoline Wolf

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Geoffrey Marchal
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published on 06 October 2016
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The Capitoline wolf (ref 837), Etruscan, 450 BCE (or perhaps later). The wolf (Lupa Capitolina) is a bronze sculpture of a she-wolf suckling twin human infants - Romulus and Remus, traditional founders of Rome. The latter two figures were added in the 15th century CE. (Palazzo Conservatori, Rome)

Made with Memento Beta (now Remake) from Autodesk.

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