File:Capitoline she-wolf Musei Capitolini MC1181.jpg

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Lupa Capitolina: she-wolf with Romulus and Remus. Bronze, 13th-century AD (the twins are a 15th-century addition).

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Description
English: Lupa Capitolina: she-wolf with Romulus and Remus. Bronze, 13th century AD[1] (the twins are a 15th-century addition).
Français : Lupa Capitolina: louve avec Romulus et Rémus. Bronze, œuvre du XIIIe siècle. (les jumeaux sont un ajout du XVe siècle).
Dimensions H. 75 cm (29 ½ in.)
institution QS:P195,Q333906
Current location
Palazzo dei Conservatori, Hall of the She-Wolf
Accession number
MC 1181
Credit line Formerly in the Lateran; gift of Sixtus IV, 1471
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2006)
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current13:45, 3 July 2011Thumbnail for version as of 13:45, 3 July 20113,200 × 2,400 (7.19 MB)Jastrow (talk | contribs)larger resolution, less noise
10:11, 24 September 2006Thumbnail for version as of 10:11, 24 September 20063,008 × 2,000 (3.65 MB)Jastrow (talk | contribs){{MCapitolini |Unknown |She-wolf with Romulus and Remus. Bronze, Etruscan artwork, 5th century BC (the twins are a 15th-century addition). |H. 75 cm (29 ½ in.) |Formerly in the Lateran; gift of Sixtus IV, 1471 |MC 1181 |Palazzo dei Conservatori, Hall of

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