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Roman sacrificial paraphernalia. 1802 (engraving) Featured Lorenzo Roccheggiani Image

Roman sacrificial paraphernalia. 1802 (engraving)

7237022 Roman sacrificial paraphernalia. 1802 (engraving) by Roccheggiani, Lorenzo (active 1804-1817); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bull prepared for sacrifice, from a bas-relief owned by Bartolomeo Cavaceppi 1, vessel with swan's neck to draw water for a sacrifice 2, bagpipes or flutes played at sacrifices, from a bas-relief in Casa Pellavicini 3, patera or bowl in the Temple of Jupiter 4, vase used in sacrfices 5 and cesta mistica or mystical basket from a bas-relief in the Vatican 6. Copperplate engraving by Pietro Ruga after an illustration by Lorenzo Rocceggiani from his own 100 Plates of Costumes Religious, Civil and Military of the Ancient Egyptians, Etruscans, Greeks and Romans, Franzetti, Rome, 1802.); © Florilegius

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Table with lion legs, 1802 (engraving) Featured Lorenzo Roccheggiani Image

Table with lion legs, 1802 (engraving)

7237085 Table with lion legs, 1802 (engraving) by Roccheggiani, Lorenzo (active 1804-1817); Private Collection; (add.info.: Table with lion legs, used by the Romans and the Greeks, from the Justinian Palace, Palazzo Giustiniani 1, tazza or cup owned by Francesco de Marchis 2, and vase used by the Romans for libations, from the Farnese Gardens, Orti Farnesiani alla Longara 3. Copperplate engraving by Pietro Ruga after an illustration by Lorenzo Rocceggiani from his own 100 Plates of Costumes Religious, Civil and Military of the Ancient Egyptians, Etruscans, Greeks and Romans, Franzetti, Rome, 1802.); © Florilegius

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Portable Roman chair, consular ensign and stool. 1802 (engraving) Featured Lorenzo Roccheggiani Image

Portable Roman chair, consular ensign and stool. 1802 (engraving)

7237101 Portable Roman chair, consular ensign and stool. 1802 (engraving) by Roccheggiani, Lorenzo (active 1804-1817); Private Collection; (add.info.: Roman consular portable chair from a bas-relief in the Palazzo Giustiniani or Justinian Palace 1, Insegna Consolare or consular ensign carved in the Trajan Column 2, and Roman stool with eagle legs in the Vatican Museum 3. Copperplate engraving by Pietro Ruga after an illustration by Lorenzo Rocceggiani from his own 100 Plates of Costumes Religious, Civil and Military of the Ancient Egyptians, Etruscans, Greeks and Romans, Franzetti, Rome, 1802.); © Florilegius

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