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Eagle and Snake, detail of the century mosaic floor from the Great Palace Mosaic Museum,

Herringbone brick walkway.  Isn't this beautiful!  I love herringbone brick and want to use it wherever possible throughout my home and property, on walkways, as fireplace boxes, and elsewhere.  Yum!

Opus spicatum, which translates to “spiked work,” were small ceramic bricks the Romans laid in a herringbone pattern for pavement. When aligned in this pattern, … Continue reading →

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ wall painting of Ares and Aphrodite - found Pompeii, at the Archeological Museum, Napoli

Roman Fresco -- Depicting Ares & Aphrodite -- Excavated from # Pompeii -- Belonging to The Archeological Museum, Naples

Roman wall-painting found in Pompeii, now preserved in the National Museum of the city of Naples (Italy), representing Medea, moments before the killing of her own children

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Roman wall-painting found in Pompeii, now preserved in the National Museum of the city of Naples (Italy), representing Medea, moments before the killing of her own children

Marine Life Mosaic from House VIII Pompeii demonstrating the vermiculatum technique Roman 2nd century BCE (6) by mharrsch, via Flickr

Marine Life Mosaic from House VIII Pompeii demonstrating the vermiculatum technique Roman century BCE.

Lion. - Gerard Klein @bazaart

Tauroctony fresco in the mithraeum of Capua, detail of the torchbearer Cautes, century (CIMRM Mithraeum (mitreo), Ancient Capua

Detail from the Roman mosaic panel of the Triumph of Neptune and the mytrhical legend of The Four Seasons. The Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. Download as royalty free photos of buy photo wall art prints on line. Photographer Paul Williams.

Detail from the Roman mosaic panel of the Triumph of Neptune and the mytrhical legend of The Four Seasons. The Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.

Detail of second style fresco from the Villa of Publius Fannius Synistor, Boscoreale, Italy, ca. 50-40 BCE

Detail of second style fresco from the Villa of Publius Fannius Synistor, Boscoreale, Italy, ca.

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