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Leashed Tigers From Triumph Of Bacchus Roman Mosaic

Leashed Tigers From Triumph Of Bacchus Roman Mosaic

Roman mosaic depicting leashed tigers as part of the Triumph of Bacchus. This mosaic captures a scene of grandeur and power, showcasing the triumphal procession associated with the Roman god of wine, Bacchus. The focal point of the mosaic is the leashed tigers, which are depicted in a dynamic and lifelike manner. The tigers, known for their strength and ferocity, are rendered with intricate detail, showcasing their powerful bodies, distinctive stripes, and expressive features. They are shown leashed, symbolizing the divine control and mastery of Bacchus over wild animals.

Image ID#: 21401 / Category: Arts / Price: 499$
Leashed Tigers From Triumph Of Bacchus Roman Mosaic
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