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Perroquet dans la mosaïque du cul-de-four de l'abside de l'église supérieure de la basilique Notre-Damd de la Garde à Marseille.

indigodreams: Parrot mosaic in the basilica Notre-Dame de la Garde in Marseille, France. Photo by Robert Valette

Parrot mosaic in the basilica Notre-Dame de la Garde in Marseille, France - Late 19th century (Photo by Robert Valette)

Parrot mosaic in the basilica Notre-Dame de la Garde in Marseille, France. Photo by Robert Valette mosaic

The Roman Mosaic from Lod, Israel Christopher S. Lightfoot, Curator, Department of Greek and Roman Art

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,

Monreale Cathedral

Seven members and four generations of the creative Cosmati family based in Rome worked from before 1190 to 1303 and made decorative floors, pulpits, .

Back to Roman (AD 43 - AD 450)             Title:  The Bucklersbury Pavement; 250    Description:  A tesselated Roman pavement discovered in Bucklersbury in 1869. The mosaic has survived almost intact and measures some 6 by 3.6 metres.

Opus tessellatum mosaic Back to Roman (AD 43 - AD Title: The Bucklersbury Pavement; 250 Description: Roman pavement discovered in Bucklersbury in The mosaic has survived almost intact and measures some 6 by metres.

Pompeii, Mosaic from the villa of T. Siminius Stephanus, 'Plato’s academy', second style, early 1st century B.C., Archeological Museum, Naples

Mosaic (Plato's Academy) from the Villa of T. Siminius Stephanus, Pompeii (second style, early century B.

Mosaic Floor with Medusa   Unknown  Roman, about 115 - 150 A.D.  Stone  H: 106 1/2 x W: 106 1/2 in.  71.AH.110

Mosaic Floor with Head of Medusa, Roman, about 115 - Unknown artist, Stone tesserae. Via Getty Open Content.

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