Horatius Cocles - Illustration

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Upload date:July 25, 2013


'Vintage engraving showing Horatius Cocles. In the historical legends of ancient Rome, Horatius Cocles, was a hero who, on his own, defended the Pons Sublicius, the bridge that led across the Tiber to Rome, against the Etruscans. It is said that there were other men with Horatius at the time, but they either fled in panic at the sight of the enemy or Horatius asked them to leave on his own accord. Engraving from 1879, phot by D Walker'
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