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A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

In the cage in this picture is the sole caged bird.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.

 

A fresco from the underground triclinium at the Villa of Livia and now housed in the Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.

 

The fresco presents the viewer with a fanciful picture of a garden in which everything from fruits to flowers is in its peak season. Birds perch or fly around or eat while the wind seems to rustle through the leaves of the trees.