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Deutsch: Die kapitolinische Wölfin mit den Knaben Romulus und Remus. Museo Nuovo im Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rom.
English: The Capitoline she-wolf with the boys Romulus and Remus. Museo Nuovo in the Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome.
Date 13th century AD with figures of Romulus and Remus added in the 15th century
Source Own book scan from Emmanuel Müller-Baden (dir.), Bibliothek des allgemeinen und praktischen Wissens, I, Deutsches Verlaghaus Bong & Co, Berlin-Leipzig-Wien-Stuttgart, 1904. Image copied from de:Bild:Kapitolinische-woelfin 1b-640x480.jpg
Author Benutzer:Wolpertinger on WP de
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