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A mosaic preserved in Zippori (Sephoris) National Park in Israel, site of excellent Roman ruins and mosaics.

A mosaic preserved in Zippori (Sephoris) National Park in Israel, site of excellent Roman ruins and mosaics. p'd by p'r marilenesantana/mosaico-mosaic/

4th century A.D. Roman mosaic unearthed in Lod, Israel, in 1996,

This handout photo made available by the Israeli Antiquities Authority (IAA) shows an aerial view of the main section of an ancient Roman mosaic which was revealed in Lod some 13 years after it was first discovered in the ruins of a century AD building,

The villa of Silene is located very close to the archaeological city of Leptis Magna. The villa dates back to the Byzantine period.

Mosaic floors, Villa of Silene, Leptis Magna, Liby. The Roman city became prominent in the century BCE. "It nominally remained part of Carthage's dominions until the end of the Third Punic War in 146 BC and then became part of the Roman Republic, alth

Petra Byzantine church mosaic floor, 5th and 6th centuries.

Petra Byzantine church mosaic floor, and centuries. First built over Nabataean and Roman remains around 450 AD. It may have been a major and cathedral, which is intriguing given the other evidence of Petra’s decline after a 363 AD earthquake.

Sarcophagus and lid with husband and wife Italic, Etruscan, Late Classical or Early Hellenistic Period, 350–300 B.C.Sarcophagus and lid with husband and wife Italic, Etruscan, Late Classical or Early Hellenistic Period, 350–300 B.C., Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Sculpted sarcophagus and lid of husband and wife; The sarcophagus is inscribed for Thanchvil Tarnai and her husband Larth Tetnies, son of Arnth Tetnies and Ramtha Vishnai.

Berlin Gold Hat. 1,000-800 BC.  I saw a documentary about this piece a few days ago where they speculated that this is where the modern idea of a wizard's hat comes from.  Believed to have been worn by celtic druids during ceremonies.

The Berlin Gold Hat, a Late Bronze Age artefact made of thin gold leaf. It served as the external covering on a long conical brimmed headdress, c. to 800 BC