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Racehorse on Roman mosaic

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Roman skeleton in the tomb in Viminacium
Racehorse on Roman mosaic

Roman mosaic showing winning racehorse named Bacceatus. Object was uncovered in ruins of Carthage (Tunisia). Dated back to 3rd century CE and located in Musée National Du Bardo in Tunis.

There are also many heart-shaped objects on the mosaic. Perhaps it is an ivy, often used in antiquity. It symbolized immortality.

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