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Zeugma: Turecké Pompeje pohltila voda!

Zeugma: Turecké Pompeje pohltila voda!

A massive, well-preserved 1,700 year-old Roman mosaic was recently unearthed while performing city sewer construction.

1,700-Year-Old Roman Mosaic Discovered During City Sewer Construction Project

Lod, Israel: A massive, well-preserved year-old Roman mosaic, just part of a Roman villa, was recently unearthed while performing city sewer construction.

Mosaic floors, Villa of Silene, Leptis Magna, Libya:

Mosaic floors, Villa of Silene, Leptis Magna, Liby. The Roman city became prominent in the century BCE. "It nominally remained part of Carthage's dominions until the end of the Third Punic War in 146 BC and then became part of the Roman Republic, alth

Ancient Phoenician. Blue fused glass face pendant with traces of yellow, light blue, black, and white features. 400-200 BC

Phoenicia--Blue fused glass face pendant with traces of yellow, light blue, black, and white features. BC ½" x 1 ½")

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A mosaic depicting Saint Eudoxia (Byzantine Empress in the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia, Bulgaria. Byzantine, for

Theseus leaving Crete | Roman Mosaic from Utica. Ca. 200-250 CE/A.D.  Theseus leaving Crete. Inscription: VINCLVSVS Penn Museum inv. MS 4012.  RBU2009.4012

Roman mosaics from the University of Pennsylvania's Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology.

Skeleton of a cup-bearer ~ Roman mosaic from Pompeii, 2nd c. BC

skeleton with wine jugs, Naples Museum — a two-for-one carpe diem and memento mori.

A large mosaic in the ancient town of Edessa shows several scenes from the life of the Greek warrior Achilles. Here we see the wise centaur Chiron who is said to have educated the young Achilles. The 5/6 th century floor mosaic can be found in the “Villa of the Amazons”, a palatial house, that probably belonged to an important administrator of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire, who lived in Edessa .Aleppian Gardens (Haleplibahçe), Edessa, Şanlıurfa Turkey.

The century floor mosaic,Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire,who lived in Edessa (nowadays called Urfa/Turkey).

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