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English: Heracles (r.), Eros (c.) and Iolaus (l.). Foot of the so-called “Cista Ficoroni”, Etruscan bronze casting ritual vessel, 4th c. BCE. Villa Giulia, Rome.
Français : Héraclès (à droite), Éros (au centre) et Iolaos (à gauche). Pied de la ciste Ficoroni (coffre de mariage étrusque en bronze décoré), IVe siècle av. J.-C. Musée de la Villa Giulia, Rome.
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