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Romulus and Remus

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Arya Okten

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A single story can go a long way! Romulus and Remus: Influences on Art Latin II Arya Okten The painting depicts Shepherd Faustolo finding Romulus and Remus nursed by a wolf. An old man symbolizing Pater Tiber and a Rhea Silva are also in the scene Romolo e Remo allattati dalla Lupa
Artist: Peter Paul Rubens
Date: circa 1616 Quick Facts Quick Facts This is a depiction of Romulus and Remus being fed by the she-wolf which rescued them from the river. They are surrounded by human representations of the Tiber and the Palatine Rivers. The two sides of the altar are carved with cupids playing with the chariot and weapons of Mars. Roman Altar Dedicated to Mars and Venus
Artist: Unknown
Date: 90-125 CE Quick Facts Romulus and Remus
Artist: Charles de la Fosse
Date: circa 1700 This image shows the shepherd and his wife finding the young twins, Romulus and Remus, being nursed by the she-wolf they had been initially rescued by. Bibliography "Romulus and Remus." Art Prints on Demand. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 June 2013.

"Romulus and Remus." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 06 Mar. 2013. Web. 03 June 2013.

"Romulus and Remus." Mr. Dowling. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 June 2013.

"Romulus and Remus Altar" Mars and Venus Altar. Roman Religion. Web. 03 June 2013.


***These sites are just for the actual pictures. the research I conducted from my studies and analyzing of the artwork.
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