Rome, grotto of Egeria
The grotto is probably the remains of a nymphaeum belonging to the villa of Herodes Atticus. In the niche at the back is a reclining statue of a river goddess and on the sides of the chamber smaller arched niches.
Forms part of: Library Collection. Drawings.
Arches > Italy > Rome > 1810-1820.
Sculpture > Italy > Rome > 1810-1820.
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British School at Rome → Catalog
JH[DRA]-139 - Closed Access Material