Alcestis beside Heracles and Cerberus. Wall painting in the Christian Catacomb of the Via Latina, 4th century. (cf. A. Grabar, The Beginnings of Christian Art, p. 228, pl. 251)
The Via Latina, or the "Latin Way", was a Roman road of Italy, running southeast from Rome for about 200 km.
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