Frescoes, Pompeii

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    Frescoes on Ceilings

    by cfuentesm Written Oct 11, 2005

    Admire Pompeii's incrdible frescoes. You'll find them everywhere and they look as if they were painted not long ago.

    Frescoes on ceilings
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    • Historical Travel
    • Archeology

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    Frescos

    by Beograd Updated Dec 15, 2004

    Look at this little felow... It's an angel!

    I apologize for the bad quality of following "fresco" pictures

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    Frescos

    by Beograd Updated Dec 15, 2004

    It's almost unbeliveable how old these frescoes are and yet how good preserved they are.

    I apologize for bad quality of following "fresco" pictures"

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    Fresco

    by kazander Updated Jun 7, 2004

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    The frescos of Pompei are beautifully preserved. Manyt of the walls are covered in the interesting paintings from floor to ceiling

    Pompei Fresco
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    • Museum Visits
    • Arts and Culture

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    Beautiful wall art

    by meteorologist1 Written Aug 6, 2003

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    Some of the houses in the Ruins of Pompei contain beautiful, well-preserved wall art. These artworks depict life in Pompei and some show the common interests these people had.

    Wall art in Pompei
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    The Fresco of Priapus

    by guell Updated Jan 17, 2003

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    This is the fresco of Priapus weighing his enormous phallus at the entrance to the house of the Vettii. This was considered to be a propitiatory symbol of wealth.

    ...must be very rich!

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