Philbert Kühn

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St. Januarius, Bishop of Naples (? - 305?) According to various Christian legends, Januarius was allegedly born in Benevento to a rich patrician family that traced its descent to the Caudini tribe of the Samnites. (Read the rest of his story here:) https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=688956154520877&set=a.488124947937333.1073741829.100002194965757&type=1&theater

St. Januarius, Bishop of Naples (? - 305?) According to various Christian legends, Januarius was allegedly born in Benevento to a rich patrician family that traced its descent to the Caudini tribe of the Samnites. (Read the rest of his story here:) https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=688956154520877&set=a.488124947937333.1073741829.100002194965757&type=1&theater

House of the Carbonised Furniture is, like the neighboring Samnite House, one of the oldest buildings in Herculaneum. Renovated in the Claudian era, the house is decorated in a mixture of the 3rd 4th style. - AD 79 eruption

House of the Carbonised Furniture is, like the neighboring Samnite House, one of the oldest buildings in Herculaneum. Renovated in the Claudian era, the house is decorated in a mixture of the style.

Samnite warriors, c. 400 B.C.E . The Samnites came from the Apennine highlands of central and southern Italy. They had a military tradition as old as Rome itself. They were an expansionist people until they were forcibly put down, for the last time in the 290’s BC.

Battle of Mons Algidus Part of the Roman-Italic Wars Date c. 458 BC Roman Victory Location Algidus Mons, near Rome Result Roman victory Belligerents Roman Republic Aequi Commanders and leaders Quinctius Cincinnatus, Minucius Esquilinus Gracchus Clelius

Apfelernte

Apfelernte

Nebensonnen am Abendhimmel

Nebensonnen am Abendhimmel

Alte Eiche im Obstgarten

Alte Eiche im Obstgarten

Obstbäume

Obstbäume

Coin of the Italic Tribes showing a bull attacking the Roman she-wolf (silver)

Coin of the Italic Tribes showing a bull attacking the Roman she-wolf (silver)

The Face of Pyrrhus | por wamcclung

Pyrrhus clutches Polyxena in his left arm while threatening Hecuba with his sword. Sculpture group by Pio Fedi, Florence, Loggia dei Lanzi.

Portrait bust of the ancient Greek General Pyrrhus of Epirus from the Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum,Ancient Rome

Portrait bust of the ancient Greek General Pyrrhus of Epirus from the Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum,Ancient Rome