Roman mosaic

Roman mosaic

A pavement that is tessellated.
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ROMAN MOSAIC For decades, the Roman Mosaic tile works at Burnt Tree Island at the gateway to Dudley was one of the Black Country's most famous sights.
Here we look at a few of the best known: ROMAN MOSAIC For decades, the Roman Mosaic tile works at Burnt Tree Island at the gateway to Dudley was one of the Black Country's most famous sights.
And the Bardo Museum itself has long since reopened for business, hosting what is considered one of the world's finest Roman mosaic collections housed in a grand palace dating back to the 19th century (bardomuseum.tn).
The building's French-Brazilian architect, Elizabeth de Portzamparc, was also making reference to the Roman mosaic tradition when she chose this unusual cladding.
The theme of this project revolves around Venus, goddess of love and one of the most represented female divinities in the Roman mosaic and sculpture of the Bardo museum.
A 2,000-year-old Roman mosaic was discovered here recently and should be on display soon.
Tourists visit the town primarily for the villa which is home to some of the best preserved and most extensive examples of Roman mosaic art.
The Roman mosaic, which bears a Greek inscription is estimated to be around 1,800 years old, which would predate the commercial center by a few centuries.
Check out the Worcestershire Sauce archive, some dinosaur footprints, a real Roman mosaic, a Native American totem pole and a Victorian chemist shop.
The villa was found after rug designer Luke Irwin unearthed a high-quality Roman mosaic at his Wiltshire farmhouse while laying cables so that his children could play table tennis in an old barn.
The palace has been used as a museum since 1956, displaying archaeological findings from sites in and around Hama, including the citadel, Zakkar added, pointing out that a noteworthy exhibit is that of a Roman mosaic depicting a musician playing a lyre.