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1st c. Apollo mosaic found under Rome's Oppian Hill
From:CNTV.CN  Writer:  Date:2011-10-24

 

Archaeologists have unearthed a 2,000-year-old mosaic in Rome depicting the Greek god Apollo surrounded by his muses in a cellar once used as a park tool shed near the Colosseum.

The mosaic, depicting Apollo and the Muses, is linked thematically to the wall paintings discovered in 1998, representing a philosopher and a Muse of an architectural background.

 

 
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