Jenny Högström Berntson

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A giant poolside mosaic featuring fishing scenes has been unearthed in southern Turkey, revealing the far-reaching influence of the Roman Empire at its peak. The floor is in "pristine" condition

307 A giant poolside mosaic featuring fishing scenes has been unearthed in southern Turkey, revealing the far-reaching influence of the Roman Empire at its peak. The floor is in "pristine" condition

Mosaic Fragment of a Fishing Scene. Mosaic Fragment of a Fishing scene from Utica. Late Roman period: Dated by the British Museum to 4th-5th cent. CE.

Mosaic Fragment of a Fishing Scene. Mosaic Fragment of a Fishing scene from Utica. Late Roman period: Dated by the British Museum to cent.

mosaic portraying four fishermen. Museum of Carthage

Museum of Bardo: detail of a mosaic portraying four fishermen using rods

Agora Image: Roman terracotta. A child rattle. Apollo Kitharoidos Figurine. Late 3rd century A.D.

Agora Image: Roman terracotta. A child rattle. Apollo Kitharoidos Figurine. Late 3rd century A.D.

Agora Image: Roman terracotta. A child rattle. Apollo Kitharoidos Figurine. Late 3rd century A.D.

Agora Image: Roman terracotta. A child rattle. Apollo Kitharoidos Figurine. Late 3rd century A.D.

An Attic votive relief (fifth century BC) depicts a priestess of Hera carrying a key in her arms. Sometimes keys are depicted in the hands of priestesses of other goddesses (such as Artemis).The housewives of ancient Greece offered this kind of votive key to enlist the help of the goddess Hera in the task of protecting their homes.

An Attic votive relief (fifth century BC) depicts a priestess of Hera carrying a key in her arms. Sometimes keys are depicted in the hands of priestesses of other goddesses (such as Artemis).The housewives of ancient Greece offered this kind of votive key to enlist the help of the goddess Hera in the task of protecting their homes.

Marble relief of a maenad and two satyrs in a dionysiac procession. Roman, about A.D.100. From the Villa Quintilania on the Appian Way, South of Rome. Townley Collection. British Museum, London.

Marble relief of a maenad and two satyrs in a dionysiac procession. Roman, about From the Villa Quintilania on the Appian Way, South of Rome.

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Female flute player, dancing women with crotala, and man with staff

Terracotta statuette of a male flute-player Period: Cypro-Archaic I Date: ca. 750–600 B.C. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Terracotta; wheel-made and handmade Dimensions: H. 5 7/8 in. (14.9 cm)

Terracotta statuette of a male flute-player Period: Cypro-Archaic I Date: ca. wheel-made and handmade Dimensions: H.