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Vincenzo Camuccini – The Death of Caesar (animated)

March 15, 2010

The Death of Caesar
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Vincenzo Camuccini‘s “The Death of Caesar” (1798)

Current Location: Museo Nazionale Di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy

FACT OF THE DAY: Caesar was filled with Roman candy, which actually tastes a lot like linguine in white clam sauce.  Not bad, but not exactly candy…

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