Hades’ head back to Aidone

Another magnificent archaeological piece falls from America and further enhances the Archaeological Museum of Aidone (ENNA). This is the head of the god of the underworld Hades, dubbed Bluebeard for residues of color found.
In short, the very author of the mythical Rape of Proserpinatook place in the shores of Lake Pergusa is featured every day for those who want to know him.

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