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File:Pompejanischer Maler um 60 v. Chr. 001.jpg Afresco da Vila dos Mistérios em Pompéia, pintura do 2º estilo, ca. 60 a.C.

Roman fresco Villa dei Misteri Pompeii 001 - Villa of the Mysteries. Fresco depicting the reading of the rituals of the bridal mysteries.

Mosaico Grego

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A deer hunt, detail from the mosaic floor signed Gnosis in the 'House of the Abduction of Helen' at Pella, late century BC, Pella, Archaeological Museum. Signed "Gnosis made it".

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fresco depicting the end of a banquet, modern replica of wall painting from the Triclinium House, Pompeii Rome (EUR), Museum of Roman Civilization.

A frieze showing slaves carrying their master, who seems to be on her funeral bier.

A frieze showing slaves carrying their master, who seems to be on her funeral bier.

Haal het beste uit je slaaf - De Standaard

Mosaic floor with slaves serving at a banquet, found in Dougga century AD)

An ancient Roman mosaic depicts slaves at work.

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Roman men's clothing ~ Peter Connolly

Men's clothing of the Principate (early Imperial) period of Roman history. Late first century BC to early second Century AD.

Img - Estátua de Zeus | Qualquer semelhança é mera coincidência. (G. Washington, Baphomet) Será?

Estátua de Zeus

Statue of Olympian Zeus by Pheidias, from a series of the 'Seven Wonders of the Ancient World' published in 'Muenchener Bilderbogen', 1886 Print by Ferdinand Knab

Gladiatori e Bestiari - This mosaic depicts some of the entertainments that would have been offered at the games.

IThis mosaic from Dar Buc Ammera villa (Zliten) and now in Jamahiriya Museum of Tripoli, Libya, depicts some of the entertainments that would have been offered at the games.

Slaves working in a mine. Ancient Greece. circa 800 BCE via wiki

History of slavery is older than the first civilizations; Here, slaves working in a mine, Ancient Greece.

Slavery in the ancient world comprised a mixture of debt-slavery, slavery as a punishment for crime, and the enslavement of prisoners of war. The institution of slavery condemned a majority of slaves to agricultural and industrial labor and they lived hard lives. In some of the city-states of Greece and in the Roman Empire, slaves formed a very large part of the economy.

Slavery in the Roman Empire: the two slaves carrying wine jars wear typical slave clothing

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