Vulcan Holding Metal Hammering Tool Roman Wall Relief from Herculaneum 16.5LPN# T88120
Reproduction of an original wall hanging of Vulcan holding his hammering tool for metal from Herculaneum. In ancient Roman mythology, Vulcan was the god of fire and the hearth. He worked the fire and made items. The Roman military would ask for his assistance when making their warrior uniforms.
Replica is made from resin with an antique finish to look old. Measures 16.5 in L x 9.25 in W x 2.25 in D. Weighs 8.5 lbs.
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