Plate 3: The abduction of Cloelia. Cloelia and one of her sisters re-crossing the Tiber on horseback at centre, a group of women standing at left, one seated seen from behind, another one with a basket pointing out towards Cloelia, personification of the Tiber river lying on his back and seen from behind at right, resting on an amphora and holding a cornucopia with the Roman she-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus next to him, more women seen on the other side of the river; after Jan van der Straet. 1573 Engraving

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Thing

In Series
The Celebrated Roman Women
Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
Flemish
Subject
allegory/personification, classical deity, classical mythology
Techniques
engraving

Place

About
Rome
In Gallery
157*.a.38
Published In
Antwerp

Time

Acquired In
1753
Made
1573

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