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James D'Emilio Nov 11
For , early 5th century of dome of baptistery in Naples with Chi-Rho symbol, alpha, and omega. Don't miss the richly colored details of foliage and feathered friends either!
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Dec 2
A mosaic of a matron being attended to by her slave girls as she gets ready for the day. 5th c. AD from the Bardo Museum.
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James D'Emilio Nov 18
Faces of ancient Aquileia: portraits of women and men, probably donors, in pavement of basilica. Preserving numerous Christian sites, the cosmopolitan port was one of the largest cities of the
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Dr Paula Lock Sep 30
Catch of the day: Mosaic depicting some fine-looking fish.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Nov 4
Latin word of the day: toga, -ae f. = toga 2nd-3rd c. AD.
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Dr Paula Lock Nov 4
Muse of the day: showing Clio, the muse of history, from the Villa dei Severi at Baccano, 2nd to 3rd century CE.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Nov 4
A mosaic of a partridge stealing jewellery from a basket. Empuries, Spain. 1st c. BC.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Dec 2
Latin word of the day: senex, senis m. = old man Roman mosaic of a theatre mask of Silenus. Villa of Dionysus, Dion. 2nd c. AD.
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Memphis Camp Mosaic Mar 4
IT'S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN! APPLY TODAY TO BE A LOCAL VOLUNTEER (CGS) FOR CAMP MO'S 25TH ANNIVERSARY IN MEMPHIS!
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Euripides L Evriviades 🇨🇾🇪🇺 Nov 12
For here’s a taster of what awaits you when you visit . Mosaics have a long history starting in Mesopotamia 3rd millennium BC/BCE ... Ancient Greece & Ancient Rome. Mosaic art flourished in the Byzantine Empire 6-15th cen.
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James D'Emilio Oct 28
1/5: Photographing apse in S Venanzio, (attached to Lateran baptistery) means playing hide and seek with later altars, ghostly saints, and cherubs' feet, but it can be done!
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Roman Britain News Sep 8
Inspired by 's dramatic photo of their recently, here's a good oldy from showing what lies beneath that famous mosaic.
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Dr Paula Lock Oct 7
Magnificent featuring the victorious Marcianus. 4th century CE
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🅰ntiquity Journal Oct 28
This Maya mask from ~1000 AD may represent the Maya sun deity K’inich Ajaw. It's earlobes include tortoiseshell, the only known use of this material in pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica 📸 from the 🅰
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Camp Mosaic Mar 25
Local Volunteer apps are LIVE at ! Apply today to be a part of our 2019 family this summer and help us celebrate 25 years of Camp Mosaic!
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Roman Archaeology Sep 30
As it's , we'll celebrate these stunners from the city of in southern , discovered in 2017
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Natalia Nov 17
Being in the with the and working on ice for several days was already an incredible experience. Yet, being on this once in a lifetime trip with my housemate and friend Lisa is just too good to be true.
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Florida Camp Mosaic Mar 4
Do you want to be a role model for participants? Do you want to form long-lasting friendships? Do you want to see 1001 smiles happen in action? Applications for Local Volunteers (also known as counselor, guide, staff) are now open!!! Deadline to apply is March 31st!
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Durotriges Project Sep 30
In 1823 a at was largely complete as this watercolour by John Lickman showing on a leopard shows. When re-exposed much of it had been lost what was left being given to in 1899
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Durotriges Project Sep 30
Brilliant to see the 4th c with at the centre from on display in all its glory at the wonderful
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