Wall painting: Ariadne waking on the shore of Naxos; she sits on a mattress with a red cushion, wearing white drapery and a red necklace and armlets; behind her is a rocky cliff; she points at the ship of Theseus sailing away in the distance.

Found in Herculaneum 

(Source: The British Museum)

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