This is a package of printable artwork of Agrippina the Younger developed by The Partial Historians podcast and the highly talented Bridget Clarke.
Agrippina the Younger was a member of the infamous Julio-Claudian dynasty that ruled Ancient Rome at the beginning of the first century CE. Agrippina was the sister, wife and mother of emperors, but she was a complicated character in her own right and her life is a continuing source of fascination. This artwork highlights the different ways that Agrippina has been represented, particularly in the ancient source material.
This package contains FIVE printable A1 posters:
- a framed and unframed collage of images of Agrippina the Younger
- a framed and unframed image of two larger figures of Agrippina
- a BONUS explanation of the inspiration behind the two sides of Agrippina the Younger
This package contains FIVE printable A1 posters that show the different sides of Agrippina the Younger.