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In ancient Roman religion, Regifugium or Fugalia ("King's Flight") was an annual observance that took place every February 24. The Romans themselves offer varying views on the meaning of the day. According to Varro and Ovid, the festival commemorated the flight of the last king of Rome, Tarquinius Superbus, in 510 BC. Plutarch, however, explains it as the symbolic departure of the priest with the title rex sacrorum.

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acid free paper, archival ink

Regifugium

$250

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  • Size: 42 × 32 in (unframed) / 40 × 30 in (actual image size)
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