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Herculaneum: A fountain, the spout of which emerges from the mouth of a bearded male (possibly a river or sea god)
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Herculaneum: A fountain, the spout of which emerges from the mouth of a bearded male (possibly a river or sea god)
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Public
Culture
Roman (ancient Italian style); Imperial (Roman)
Title
Herculaneum: A fountain, the spout of which emerges from the mouth of a bearded male (possibly a river or sea god)
Work Type
color photographs
Date
10/29/2003
Location
Discovery Site: Resina, Napoli, Campania, Italy
Material
stone (rock); mineral
Description
Herculaneum: A fountain, the spout of which emerges from the mouth of a bearded male (possibly a river or sea god). Tim Moore’s shadow can be seen at the bottom of the fountain, thus preserving him for all posterity.
Source
Timothy Moore’s personal photos.
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File Properties
File Name
19249866.fpx
SSID
19249866