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Epityrum (ad. Cato 119 - Giacosa, 1992)  Olives, any color_   Oil_   Vinegar_   Coriander_   Cumin_   Fennel_   Rue_   Mint_____  Put in small jar with oil on top OR put through blender. Good with spaghetti, bread, cheese, etc.   #sauce    #roman

Epityrum (ad. Cato 119 - Giacosa, 1992) Olives, any color_ Oil_ Vinegar_ Coriander_ Cumin_ Fennel_ Rue_ Mint_____ Put in small jar with oil on top OR put through blender. Good with spaghetti, bread, cheese, etc. #sauce #roman

Marine Life Mosaic from House VIII Pompeii demonstrating the vermiculatum technique Roman 2nd century BCE, Detail of photo by Mary Harrsch

Marine Life Mosaic from House VIII Pompeii demonstrating the vermiculatum technique Roman century BCE, Detail of photo by Mary Harrsch

Roman Fish Mosaic -- A detail of a Roman mosaic showing fish. Tarraco, 3rd century CE. (Archaeological Museum, Tarragona, Spain)

Roman Fish Mosaic

Roman Mosaic of a Stork, Villa Silene, near Leptis Magna, Libya - Mosaico romano di una cicogna ( © Libyan Soup, Flickr )  #bird #uccello #libia

Roman Mosaic of a Stork, Villa Silene, near Leptis Magna, Libya - Mosaico romano…

Couple of fish, detail of mosaic with medallions containing Xenia motifs uncovered in Thysdrus (El Djem), Tunisia, (end of 2nd cent.)

Couple of fish, detail of mosaic with medallions containing Xenia motifs uncovered in Thysdrus (El Djem), Tunisia, Roman Civilization, end of century

A giant poolside mosaic featuring fishing scenes has been unearthed in southern Turkey, revealing the far-reaching influence of the Roman Empire at its peak. The floor is in "pristine" condition

307 A giant poolside mosaic featuring fishing scenes has been unearthed in southern Turkey, revealing the far-reaching influence of the Roman Empire at its peak. The floor is in "pristine" condition

Ancient Roman mosaic depicting vegetables, dry fruits, poultry, fish and seafood.

Roman tile mosaic depicting food items from a Tor Marancia villa, c./ What did Ancient Romans Eat?