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  • Deutsch: Flucht des Aeneas aus dem brennenden Troja, seinen Sohn Ascanius (Iulus) an der Hand haltend, seinen Vater Anchises auf der Schulter tragend.
  • English: Eneas escaping from Troy, carrying his father Anchises on his shoulders and giving his hand to his son Ascanius.
  • Esperanto: Terakoto bildanta Eneon forfuĝinta el Trojo kun sia patro Ankizo sur la ŝultroj kaj tenanta Askanion, sian filon per la mano.
  • Français : Énée fuyant Troie avec son père Anchise sur les épaules et tenant Ascagne par la main.
Date 1st century  AD
Medium terracotta
Accession number Inv. 110338
Object history Place of discovery: Pompeii.
Source/Photographer Alphanidon, 15 September 2009


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