Photo de stock - Altar dedicated to Silvanus. The altar features a portrayal od Silvanus, the god of te woods, with fruits, pine cones and a sickle. At his feet is a dog, and beside him a Scots pine, a tree sacred to the god. This altar was offered by a group of veterans from the emperors's horse guard (equites singulares Augusti) on the occasion of their discharge (missi honesta missione). . Rome, via tasso, Castra Priora of the equites singulares Augusti, 4 January 145 AD - National Roman Museum - The Baths of Diocletian - Rome, Italy.

Photo de stock: Altar dedicated to Silvanus. The altar features a portrayal od Silvanus, the god of te woods, with fruits, pine cones and a sickle.

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