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Remus Collection

Background imageRemus Collection: Roma and Batavia, published 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Roma and Batavia, published 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Roma and Batavia, published 1612. Series: The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 1

Background imageRemus Collection: Omen in the flight of birds, 1742-1801. Creator: Anon

Omen in the flight of birds, 1742-1801. Creator: Anon
Omen in the flight of birds, 1742-1801. Romulus and Remus are looking for an omen in a flight of birds. The number of birds determines which of the twins has the right to found a city

Background imageRemus Collection: Romulus and Remus Sheltered by Faustulus, c. 1643. Creator: Cortona, Pietro da (1596-1669)

Romulus and Remus Sheltered by Faustulus, c. 1643. Creator: Cortona, Pietro da (1596-1669)
Romulus and Remus Sheltered by Faustulus, c. 1643. Found in the collection of the Musee du Louvre, Paris

Background imageRemus Collection: The Finding of Romulus and Remus - from the picture by Pietro da Cortona, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Finding of Romulus and Remus - from the picture by Pietro da Cortona, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Finding of Romulus and Remus - from the picture by Pietro da Cortona, 1850. The accounts which several of the classical writers of antiquity have left us of the time-honoured legend of Faustulus

Background imageRemus Collection: Romulus and Remus suckling the she-wolf on a riverbank, ca. 1650-75. Creator: Anon

Romulus and Remus suckling the she-wolf on a riverbank, ca. 1650-75. Creator: Anon
Romulus and Remus suckling the she-wolf on a riverbank, ca. 1650-75

Background imageRemus Collection: Plate 27: Triumphal arch, elevation of the back, surmounted by allegorical figures and dec... 1636

Plate 27: Triumphal arch, elevation of the back, surmounted by allegorical figures and dec... 1636
Plate 27: Triumphal arch, elevation of the back, surmounted by allegorical figures and decorated with scenes from Roman mythology

Background imageRemus Collection: Plate 28: Mars on horseback at center, and Romulus and Remus with the wolf at lower left;... 1636

Plate 28: Mars on horseback at center, and Romulus and Remus with the wolf at lower left;... 1636
Plate 28: Mars on horseback at center, and Romulus and Remus with the wolf at lower left; from Guillielmus Becanuss Serenissimi Principis Ferdinandi, Hispaniarum Infantis... 1636

Background imageRemus Collection: Coin Depicting a She-Wolf Nursing Romulus and Remus, 117-192. Creator: Unknown

Coin Depicting a She-Wolf Nursing Romulus and Remus, 117-192. Creator: Unknown
Coin Depicting a She-Wolf Nursing Romulus and Remus, 117-192. Reverse: Hector with spear and shield. Minted in Ilium, Troas (in modern Turkey)

Background imageRemus Collection: Le Romain (The Roman) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1811. Creator: Unknown

Le Romain (The Roman) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1811. Creator: Unknown
Le Romain (The Roman) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1811. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet, engraved by Jules Mallet, after Bartolomeo Pinelli

Background imageRemus Collection: Capitoline Wolf with Romulus and Remus, 1552. Creator: Unknown

Capitoline Wolf with Romulus and Remus, 1552. Creator: Unknown
Capitoline Wolf with Romulus and Remus, 1552

Background imageRemus Collection: Rhea Silvia. Creator: Heinrich Aldegrever

Rhea Silvia. Creator: Heinrich Aldegrever
Rhea Silvia

Background imageRemus Collection: Romulus and Remus, 1652. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar

Romulus and Remus, 1652. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar
Romulus and Remus, 1652

Background imageRemus Collection: Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: The Tiber, mid-16th century. mid-16th century

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: The Tiber, mid-16th century. mid-16th century
Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: The Tiber, mid-16th century

Background imageRemus Collection: Rome, late 19th-early 20th century. Creator: Unknown

Rome, late 19th-early 20th century. Creator: Unknown
Rome, late 19th-early 20th century. Decorative coat of arms for the city of Rome, capital of Italy. The two crossed keys represent the promise of Christ to St Peter

Background imageRemus Collection: The finding of Romulus and Remus, Between 1680 and 1690

The finding of Romulus and Remus, Between 1680 and 1690. Found in the Collection of Sanssouci, Potsdam

Background imageRemus Collection: Floor Mosaic of Romulus, Remus and Wolf, Roman Villa, Carthage, Tunisia, 2nd-3rd century

Floor Mosaic of Romulus, Remus and Wolf, Roman Villa, Carthage, Tunisia, 2nd-3rd century. Rome took control of Carthage after the Third Punic War (149-146), annexed the city and its vicinity

Background imageRemus Collection: The Triumph of Rome, c. 1622

The Triumph of Rome, c. 1622. Found in the collection of The Mauritshuis, The Hague

Background imageRemus Collection: Romulus and Remus, 1882. Artist: Anonymous

Romulus and Remus, 1882. Artist: Anonymous
Romulus and Remus, 1882. Private Collection

Background imageRemus Collection: Finding of Romulus and Remus, 1612. Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)

Finding of Romulus and Remus, 1612. Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)
Finding of Romulus and Remus, 1612. Found in the collection of Musei Capitolini, Rome

Background imageRemus Collection: Down to the river presently came a she-wolf to drink, c1912 (1912). Artist: Ernest Dudley Heath

Down to the river presently came a she-wolf to drink, c1912 (1912). Artist: Ernest Dudley Heath
Down to the river presently came a she-wolf to drink, c1912 (1912). Romulus and Remus were the twin brothers and main characters of Romes foundation myth

Background imageRemus Collection: Awful appearance of the Shade of Remus to Romulus, 1852. Artist: John Leech

Awful appearance of the Shade of Remus to Romulus, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Awful appearance of the Shade of Remus to Romulus, 1852. From The Comic History of Rome, by Gilbert A A Beckett, illustrated by John Leech. [Bradbury, Agnew & Co, London, 1852]

Background imageRemus Collection: Remus jumping over the Walls, 1852. Artist: John Leech

Remus jumping over the Walls, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Remus jumping over the Walls, 1852. From The Comic History of Rome, by Gilbert A A Beckett, illustrated by John Leech. [Bradbury, Agnew & Co, London, 1852]

Background imageRemus Collection: Rhea Silvia, 1852. Artist: John Leech

Rhea Silvia, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Rhea Silvia, 1852. The mother of Romulus and Remus. From The Comic History of Rome, by Gilbert A A Beckett, illustrated by John Leech. [Bradbury, Agnew & Co, London, 1852]

Background imageRemus Collection: Tiberinus, Roman god of the River Tiber, 1st century AD

Tiberinus, Roman god of the River Tiber, 1st century AD. Detail from a sculpture of the River god Tiberinus that decorated a temple dedicated to Isis and Sarapis

Background imageRemus Collection: Mars and Rhea Silvia, c. 1616-1617. Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)

Mars and Rhea Silvia, c. 1616-1617. Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)
Mars and Rhea Silvia, c. 1616-1617. Found in the collection of the Liechtenstein Museum

Background imageRemus Collection: Roman altar showing Romulus and Remus, 3rd century

Roman altar showing Romulus and Remus, 3rd century
Roman altar showing Romulus, Remus, and the wolf. From near the Square of Corporations in Ostia, Romes sea-port, 3rd century

Background imageRemus Collection: An Etruscan statue, The Capitoline Wolf

An Etruscan statue, The Capitoline Wolf
The Capitoline Wolf, an Etruscan bronze of the wolf with Romulus and Remus. from the Capitoline Museums collection in Rome

Background imageRemus Collection: Etruscan grave-slab showing a man being suckled by a beast, 5th century

Etruscan grave-slab showing a man being suckled by a beast, 5th century
Detail of an Etruscan grave-slab showing a man being suckled by a beast, a predecessor to the Romulus and Remus legends, 5th century

Background imageRemus Collection: Romulus and Remus suckling from the she-wolf

Romulus and Remus suckling from the she-wolf. Detail from a marble monument to the twin founders of Rome, who according to legend were abandoned in the wild and raised by a she-wolf

Background imageRemus Collection: Romulus and Remus, c500 BC

Romulus and Remus, c500 BC. Bronze of the legendary twin founders of Rome being suckled by the she-wolf. From the Museo Capitolino, Rome

Background imageRemus Collection: Statue of the wolf suckling Romulus and Remus

Statue of the wolf suckling Romulus and Remus, from the founding myth of Rome


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