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Gods Of Healing Featured Rome Print

Gods Of Healing

Asclepius or Aesculapius, the ancient Greek god of medicine, with the snake-entwined staff which has come to symbolise the medical profession, circa 1700. On the left is his son Telesphorus or Telesphoros, a hooded dwarf who presides over convalescence. A statue from the Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne (or alle Valle) in Rome, drawn and engraved by Nicolas Dorigny. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2011 Getty Images

Scipio Africanus meeting Hannibal at Battle of Zama Featured Rome Print

Scipio Africanus meeting Hannibal at Battle of Zama

SECOND PUNIC WAR : the Roman general and statesman Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus meets the Carthaginian leader Hannibal before defeating him at the Battle of Zama, near Carthage in North Africa, which was the final battle of the Second Punic War

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

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Stories from Virgil - Iris Appearing to Turnus Featured Rome Print

Stories from Virgil - Iris Appearing to Turnus

Iris appearing to Turnus, a scene from "Stories From Virgil" by the Reverend Alfred J. Church, M.A., with illustrations from the designs of Bartolomeo?Pinelli?(1781 - 1835). Published by Seeley, Jackson & Halliday, London, in 1879. The goodess Juno sends Iris, the goddess of the rainbow, to visit Turnus, who is leader of the Rutuli, to inform him that Aeneas is absent from his camp. Eventually, Aeneas killed Turnus and founds a city which later becomes Rome

© Digitally restored by Linda Steward - Linda Steward