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Malowidło w idealnym stanie odkryto w Pompejach (9)

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The room of Leda with the Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan in Pompeii, Italy on February 14, 2019. Archaeologists have found an erotic Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan, a Greek myth that has inspired artists for centuries on November 2018. Leda was admired by Zeus, who seduced her in the guise of a swan. As a swan, Zeus fell into her arms for protection from a pursuing eagle. Their consummation, on the same night as Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus, resulted in two eggs from which hatched Helen (later known as the beautiful 'Helen of Troy'), Clytemnestra, and Castor and Pollux (also known as the Dioscuri). The swan's seduction of Leda was a potent subject for artists in Renaissance Italy in the 16th Century. Three month latter in the atrium of the same dwelling, the archaeologists have brought to light in Pompeii another stunning depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. 'The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy??? interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo who was accompanied by the former director Massimo Osanna. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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The room of Leda with the Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan in Pompeii, Italy on February 14, 2019. Archaeologists have found an erotic Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan, a Greek myth that has inspired artists for centuries on November 2018. Leda was admired by Zeus, who seduced her in the guise of a swan. As a swan, Zeus fell into her arms for protection from a pursuing eagle. Their consummation, on the same night as Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus, resulted in two eggs from which hatched Helen (later known as the beautiful 'Helen of Troy'), Clytemnestra, and Castor and Pollux (also known as the Dioscuri). The swan's seduction of Leda was a potent subject for artists in Renaissance Italy in the 16th Century. Three month latter in the atrium of the same dwelling, the archaeologists have brought to light in Pompeii another stunning depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. 'The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy??? interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo who was accompanied by the former director Massimo Osanna. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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Archaeologists at Pompeii, South Italy on February 14, 2019 present a stunning fresco depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. The discovery was made during a dig at the Regio V section of the ancient Roman city and comes just months after the unearthing of another specular fresco, depicting Jupiter taking the form of a swan to impregnate Spartan queen Leda. 'The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy' interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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Archaeologists at Pompeii, South Italy on February 14, 2019 present a stunning fresco depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. The discovery was made during a dig at the Regio V section of the ancient Roman city and comes just months after the unearthing of another specular fresco, depicting Jupiter taking the form of a swan to impregnate Spartan queen Leda. ???The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy??? interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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Detail of the room of Leda at Pompeii, Italy on February 14, 2019. Refined decorations of style IV characterize the entire room of Leda, with delicate floral ornaments, interspersed with griffins with cornucopias, flying cupids, still lifes and scenes of fights between animals. Archaeologists at Pompeii, South Italy, have found an erotic Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan, a Greek myth that has inspired artists for centuries in November 2018. Three month latter in the atrium of the same dwelling, the archaeologists have brought to light in Pompeii another stunning depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. ???The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy??? interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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Details of the room of Leda at Pompeii, Italy on February 14, 2019. Refined decorations of style IV characterize the entire room of Leda, with delicate floral ornaments, interspersed with griffins with cornucopias, flying cupids, still lifes and scenes of fights between animals. Archaeologists at Pompeii, South Italy, have found an erotic Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan, a Greek myth that has inspired artists for centuries in November 2018. Three month latter in the atrium of the same dwelling, the archaeologists have brought to light in Pompeii another stunning depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. '?The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy' interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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Details of the room of Leda at Pompeii, Italy on February 14, 2019. Refined decorations of style IV characterize the entire room of Leda, with delicate floral ornaments, interspersed with griffins with cornucopias, flying cupids, still lifes and scenes of fights between animals. Archaeologists at Pompeii, South Italy, have found an erotic Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan, a Greek myth that has inspired artists for centuries in November 2018. Three month latter in the atrium of the same dwelling, the archaeologists have brought to light in Pompeii another stunning depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. ???The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy??? interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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The room of Leda with the Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan in Pompeii, Italy on February 14, 2019. Archaeologists have found an erotic Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan, a Greek myth that has inspired artists for centuries on November 2018. Leda was admired by Zeus, who seduced her in the guise of a swan. As a swan, Zeus fell into her arms for protection from a pursuing eagle. Their consummation, on the same night as Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus, resulted in two eggs from which hatched Helen (later known as the beautiful 'Helen of Troy'), Clytemnestra, and Castor and Pollux (also known as the Dioscuri). The swan's seduction of Leda was a potent subject for artists in Renaissance Italy in the 16th Century. Three month latter in the atrium of the same dwelling, the archaeologists have brought to light in Pompeii another stunning depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. 'The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy' interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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The room of Leda with the Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan in Pompeii, Italy on February 14, 2019. Archaeologists have found an erotic Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan, a Greek myth that has inspired artists for centuries on November 2018. Leda was admired by Zeus, who seduced her in the guise of a swan. As a swan, Zeus fell into her arms for protection from a pursuing eagle. Their consummation, on the same night as Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus, resulted in two eggs from which hatched Helen (later known as the beautiful 'Helen of Troy'), Clytemnestra, and Castor and Pollux (also known as the Dioscuri). The swan's seduction of Leda was a potent subject for artists in Renaissance Italy in the 16th Century. Three month latter in the atrium of the same dwelling, the archaeologists have brought to light in Pompeii another stunning depicting Narcissus looking at himself in the water, falling in love with his own reflection. 'The beauty of these rooms have led us to change our project and continue the excavation, in the future it will be possible to open up at least a part of this domus for the public to enjoy' interim director of the archaeological site, Alfonsina Russo. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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