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Una tigre attacca due asini selvatici - Museo di El Djem

MAGNIFICENT ROMAN MOSAIC REPRESENTING THE EUPHRATES. 2nd century AD. ~155 x 155 cm. ~160 kg. A very rare subject matter representing the river Euphrates holding grain ears signifying the river's significance to the grain harvest, with identifying inscription. Complete and original save for slight restoration of white tesserae above the head.

MAGNIFICENT ROMAN MOSAIC REPRESENTING THE EUPHRATES. 2nd century AD. ~155 x 155 cm. ~160 kg. A very rare subject matter representing the river Euphrates holding grain ears signifying the river's significance to the grain harvest, with identifying inscription. Complete and original save for slight restoration of white tesserae above the head.

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mosaic floor - centaur with rabbit - at the archeologic museum - Rhodos Town

mosaic floor - centaur with rabbit - at the archeologic museum - Rhodos Town

Mosaico de Las Tiendas (MNAR Mérida) 02 - Museo Nacional de Arte Romano - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Mosaico de Las Tiendas (MNAR Mérida) 02 - Museo Nacional de Arte Romano - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

"O Leo you have planned, prepared and dedicated" (IIIrd century AD from baths found at Uzita near Monastir)  The Province of Africa was home to the Barbary Lion, a subspecies of lion which became extinct in the wild in the early XXth century. A symbol of strength and power, the lion (Latin leo) became a given name during the Late Empire (it has been the name of six Byzantine emperors) and this explains the inscription on the above mosaic which celebrated the construction of baths.

"O Leo you have planned, prepared and dedicated" (IIIrd century AD from baths found at Uzita near Monastir) The Province of Africa was home to the Barbary Lion, a subspecies of lion which became extinct in the wild in the early XXth century. A symbol of strength and power, the lion (Latin leo) became a given name during the Late Empire (it has been the name of six Byzantine emperors) and this explains the inscription on the above mosaic which celebrated the construction of baths.

villa de mitra mosaicos - Buscar con Google

villa de mitra mosaicos - Buscar con Google

la caza del tigre o león es como la actual caza del elefante, daba prestigio al cazador

La Olmeda. Introducción a la historia y arte de la villa romana de La Olmeda (Palencia)

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