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Mosaic of Neptune, House of Neptune, Italica. Image © Carole Raddato.

Mosaics of Spain's Roman Baetica Route: Italica – Ancient History et cetera

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File:Ancient Roman Mosaics Villa Romana La Olmeda 003 Pedrosa De La Vega - Saldaña (Palencia).JPG

Floor of the Ridge Church at Petra, build some time after the earthquake of 363 AD

Floor of the Ridge Church at Petra, build some time after the earthquake of 363 AD

"Triumph of Neptune and Amphitrite" - Mosaic from ancient Cirta in Algeria, circa  300-350 AD

Triumph of Neptune & Amphitrite - mosaic found ancient Cirta in Algeria, circa AD, from Roman period

ЛИВИЯ. Мозаичный пол в бане из океана в Сабрата   _   Mosaic Floor at the Bath of Oceanus in Sabratha, Libya

Mosaic Floor at the Bath of Oceanus in Sabratha, Libya

Villa Romana de La Olmeda Visita - Mosaico de La Olmeda

Villa La Olmeda It is a Roman villa placed in the municipal area of Pedrosa de la Vega (Palencia,Castilla y Leon ,España).It was discovered in it is one of the most important archaeological deposits of the Roman Hispanic world.

Early Christian Mosaic, Delphi

Ancient Art, Ancient Beauty, Roman Art, Christian Symbols, Mosaic Art, Early Christian, Fresco, Tiling, Art History

Detail from the Roman mosaic panel of the Triumph of Neptune and the mytrhical legend of The Four Seasons. The Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. Download as royalty free photos of buy photo wall art prints on line. Photographer Paul Williams.

Detail from the Roman mosaic panel of the Triumph of Neptune and the mytrhical legend of The Four Seasons. The Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.

Mosaico en la Olmeda , Saldaña , Burgos Mosaic in Villa Romana in La Olmeda, Palencia, Spain

Mosaico en la Olmeda , Saldaña , Burgos Mosaic in Villa Romana in La Olmeda, Palencia, Spain

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor roman mosaics

A Roman floor mosaic dating to between 350 and 375 CE and depicting a wild boar and mushrooms. Food was a popular subject in mosaics throughout the Roman period.

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