Pompeii Artistic Landscape Project (PALP)

Wall Painting

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Wall Painting

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A wall painting.

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wall-painting

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Dionysiac painting on north wall of Room 5 in Villa of the Mysteries.
Dionysiac painting on east wall of Room 5 in Villa of the Mysteries.
Dionysiac painting on south wall of Room 5 in Villa of the Mysteries.
Dionysiac painting on west wall of Room 5 in Villa of the Mysteries.
Painting of Romulus on Exterior of IX.13.5
Painting of Aeneas carrying Anchises and being lead by Ascanius on Exterior of IX.13.5
Painting of Figures Flanking Statue on Pedestal
Exterior Painting of Entwined Snakes Flanking Altar
Exterior painting with Two Snakes Flanking Altar
Wall painting of Mercury on exterior of VII.6.35
Wall Painting on Exterior of IX.7.1 Consists of four panels over door each with bust of divine figure; flanking panels with 'Venus Pompeiana' and a procession of a cult statue of Cybele.
Wall Painting of Young Woman with Wax Tablet and Stylus in Roundel
Wall Painting of Laureate Young Man with Scroll in Roundel
Sequence of Celestial Personifications Representing Seven-Day Cycle From left to right the images represent: Chronos/Saturn for Saturday, Sol for Sunday, Luna for Monday, Mars for Tuesday, Mercury for Wednesday, Jupiter for Thursday, Venus for Friday. This is the usual order of the Roman seven-day cycle that became more popular in the 1st century CE.
Exterior Wall-Painting of Twelve Gods
Exterior Wall Painting with Partially Preserved Snake and Lares Above an exterior altar.
Wall Painting of Io Arriving at Canopus
Wall Painting of Offering before Sarcophagus of Osiris