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Roman mosaic was discovered in mosaic

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Mosaic from Alexandria
Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities

In Egypt, a group of Egyptian and Polish archaeologists discovered a well-preserved Roman mosaic in the ruins of the house in Kom el-Dikka in Alexandria.

The floor mosaic shows six hexagonal panels decorated with images of lotus flowers. According to the researchers, the object presents a characteristic Alexandrian style. This type of mosaics was especially decorated with triclinium – a banquet room.


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