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Roman Mosaic Panel Of Apollo And Marsyas

Roman Mosaic Panel Of Apollo And Marsyas

The Roman mosaic panel depicts the legendary tale of Apollo and Marsyas, showcasing the artistic prowess of the ancient Romans. This mosaic, created during the Roman period, presents a captivating scene from Greek mythology. The central focus of the mosaic is Apollo, the god of music and the arts, engaged in a musical contest with Marsyas, a satyr who was known for his exceptional musical abilities. The mosaic artist skillfully captures the intense moment of their competition.

Image ID#: 9014 / Category: Arts / Price: 499$
Roman Mosaic Panel Of Apollo And Marsyas
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