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Ancient Floor Mosaic From The 3rd Century From El Djem

Ancient Floor Mosaic From The 3rd Century From El Djem

Magnificent example of an ancient Roman floor mosaic from the 3rd century, originating from El Djem in North Africa. Ancient Roman mosaics often feature geometric shapes such as squares, triangles, circles, and polygons. These shapes are intricately arranged to form intricate patterns and repeating motifs. Within the mosaic, meander borders, also known as Greek key patterns, adorn the edges, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication. These continuous lines twist and turn, creating an intricate labyrinth like pattern that adds a sense of movement and visual interest.

Image ID#: 10277 / Category: Arts / Price: 499$
Ancient Floor Mosaic From The 3rd Century From El Djem
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