Stock Photo - Painted Fruit Tress in the Roman fresco of a garden from Villa Livia (Early first century AD), Rome, Livia was the wife of Roman emperor Augustus. Museo Nazionale Romano ( National Roman Museum), Rome, Italy. . Trees and shrubs had symbolic importance to the Romans as can be see by the plants used in the trompe-l´œil frescoes from the Villa Livia, Rome, which contains plants linked to the deities particularily venerated by Augustus and Livia.

Stock Photo: Painted Fruit Tress in the Roman fresco of a garden from Villa Livia (Early first century AD), Rome, Livia was the wife of Roman emperor Augustus.

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