from a liebig trade card

From a Liebig trade card - The Aeneid. The old Arcadian Evander, now king of Pallantium on the banks of the river Tiber, embraces his son Pallas as he departs to join Aeneas in his war against Turnus. Tags: aeneid, evander, pallantium, pallas, aeneas, aineias, turnus,


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