Trompe l'oeil debris was a popular Roman and Hellenistic mosaic theme for dining rooms floors. This banquet scene shows the asaraton floor design. Mosaic from the century on display at Chateau de Boudry.
Eros and Dionysus in Vine at Roman Mosaic - found El Djem, Tunisia
Treading grapes, from the amphitheatre (mosaic), Roman, (2nd century AD) / Merida, Badajoz, Spain. Permalien de l'image intégrée
~ Mosaic Floor from Villelaure with Diana and Callisto Surrounded by Hunt Scenes. Place of origin: Villelaure, France Culture: Gallo-Roman Date: A. century Medium: Colored marble, limestone, and.
The mosaics that once decorated Zeugma's elite residences often depicted mythological scenes (top), the nymph Galatea (bottom). (photo by Matthew Brunwasser)
Panel from a mosaic pavement: a triton with a dolphin and two fish. The panel probably adorned the floor of an auxiliary landing in the sanctuary (ca. Excavated in the Sanctuary of Artemis, Ephesus, Anatolia (Turkey) - The British Museum