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Ulixes mosaic at the Bardo Museum in Tunis, Tunisia "Roman". 2nd century AD.

Ulixes mosaic at the Bardo Museum in Tunis, Tunisia "Roman". 2nd century AD.

Tunisia, Thuburbo Majus, Mosaic work depicting a fishing scene 3rd Century A.D., Tunisia, Tunis, Musee National Du Bardo (Archaeological Museum), Roman art

Tunisia, Thuburbo Majus, Mosaic work depicting a fishing scene 3rd Century A.D., Tunisia, Tunis, Musee National Du Bardo (Archaeological Museum), Roman art

Roman Mosaic. Sailor. Tunis, Tunisia.

Roman Mosaic. Sailor. Tunis, Tunisia.

Mosaic work depicting a fishing scene in waters abounding in fish 2nd Century A.D., Tunisia, Sousse, Musee Archeologique (Archaeological Museum), Roman art

Mosaic work depicting a fishing scene in waters abounding in fish 2nd Century A.D., Tunisia, Sousse, Musee Archeologique (Archaeological Museum), Roman art

Mosaique - Tunisie

Mosaique - Tunisie

Roman Bath Pool With Mosaic - Museum of the Bardo Museum, Tunis (TUNISIA)

Roman Bath Pool With Mosaic - Museum of the Bardo Museum, Tunis (TUNISIA)

Roman Mosaic. Hare and Boar. Tunis. Tunisia.

Roman Mosaic. Hare and Boar. Tunis. Tunisia.

Roman civilization. Head of Asclepius. From Bulla Regia, Tunisia. Artwork-location: Tunis, Musée National Du Bardo (Archaeological Museum)

Roman civilization. Head of Asclepius. From Bulla Regia, Tunisia. Artwork-location: Tunis, Musée National Du Bardo (Archaeological Museum)

The Wedding of Ariadne, Roman mosaic, 2nd century AD Ariadne is the daughter of King Minos of Crete, She helped Theseus slay the Minotaur while he was on the island and then fled with him when he sailed for home. However, they stopped on the island of Naxos and Theseus promptly abandoned her while she slept. It was here where Dionysos found her and made her his wife. There are many versions of Ariadne’s mythology in addition to this one.  More about Ariadne…

The Wedding of Ariadne, Roman mosaic, 2nd century AD Ariadne is the daughter of King Minos of Crete, She helped Theseus slay the Minotaur while he was on the island and then fled with him when he sailed for home. However, they stopped on the island of Naxos and Theseus promptly abandoned her while she slept. It was here where Dionysos found her and made her his wife. There are many versions of Ariadne’s mythology in addition to this one. More about Ariadne…

Tunisia, Dougga, Mosaic depicting lobster fishing from Ulysses and the Sirens' island (3rd cent. AD) - Bardo Museum, Tunis

Tunisia, Dougga, Mosaic depicting lobster fishing from Ulysses and the Sirens' island (3rd cent. AD) - Bardo Museum, Tunis

Roman mosaic of a ferry-boat on the Nile from Pompeii, 2nd century

Roman mosaic of a ferry-boat on the Nile from Pompeii, 2nd century

An ancient Roman mosaic in El Jem Museum in Tunisia.

An ancient Roman mosaic in El Jem Museum in Tunisia.

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Zeugma (Greek: Ζεύγμα) is an ancient city of Commagene; currently located in the Gaziantep Province of Turkey (coordinates 37°03.5′N, 37°51.95′E). It is a historical settlement which is considered among the four most important settlement areas under the reign of the kingdom of Commagene. It was named for the bridge of boats, or zeugma, which crossed the Euphrates there.  In 1987 the Gaziantep Museum excavated two tomb chambers which had been broken into by antiquity smugglers in the…

Zeugma (Greek: Ζεύγμα) is an ancient city of Commagene; currently located in the Gaziantep Province of Turkey (coordinates 37°03.5′N, 37°51.95′E). It is a historical settlement which is considered among the four most important settlement areas under the reign of the kingdom of Commagene. It was named for the bridge of boats, or zeugma, which crossed the Euphrates there. In 1987 the Gaziantep Museum excavated two tomb chambers which had been broken into by antiquity smugglers in the…

Néréide, dolphins and other sea creatures. Detail of a Roman mosaic from Carthage. Tunisia.

Néréide, dolphins and other sea creatures. Detail of a Roman mosaic from Carthage. Tunisia.

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