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Italiano: Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (inv. nr. 9058). Da Pompeii, Casa di Terentius Neo (VII, 2, 6) - A lungo erroneamente considerato il ritratto di Paquio Proculo e di sua moglie, in realtà l'affresco ritrae il panettiere Terentius Neo con la moglie. I due personaggi, di origini umili, saliti nella scala sociale, si mostrano lui come un letterato (tiene in mano un rotolo di papiro), mentre lei tiene una tavoletta cerata (dunque si cura della contabilità della panetteria e della casa).
Italiano: Ritratto di Paquio Proculo e di sua moglie. Dalla casa VII, 2, 6 di Pompei.
English: 1st century
Italiano: del 20/30 d.C.
Italiano: Affresco romano staccato, del secondo stile
English: Exhibited in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples in Naples.
Italiano: oggi conservato al Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli
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