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Mosaic floors, Villa of Silene, Leptis Magna, Liby. The Roman city became prominent in the 4th century BCE. "It nominally remained part of Carthage's dominions until the end of the Third Punic War in 146 BC and then became part of the Roman Republic, although from about 111 BC onward, it was for all intents and purposes an independent city." wiki


Antelope being loaded for shipping to Rome for games, third to fourth century Roman floor mosaic in imperial villa at Pizza Armerina, Sicily...

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Tiber River

Rome, Italy | The always-picturesque and uber-popular Tiber River is the country's third-largest waterway, spanning 252 miles in total.


Three Days In London Without Exhaustion

It’s always such a treat to visit #London. My first overseas trip began in the grand city and this visit was my third. All I really remembered was how big it was and with only three full days to explore we wanted to make the most of our time. - | Three Days In London Without Exhaustion |


asylum-art: The paintings on books by Ekaterina Panikanova Artist Ekaterina Panikanova opened her third solo show at Sara Zarin Gallery in Rome featurning a number of ink and acrylic paintings on grids of vintage books. Reflecting the age of the books, Panikanova creates imagery suggesting aspects of memory or old snapshots commingled with illustrations of birds, antlers, baked goods, and lace. To compliment the installations she also created a number of glass and lead pieces you can see…


Rhinoceros being captured for Roman games, third to fourth century Roman floor mosaic in imperial villa at Piazza Armerina, Sicily


Richard III. Engraving of the kings and queens of England. A series of monarchs engraved by Johann Jakob Schollenberger during the reign of Charles II. The portraits cover monarchs from William I to Charles II, encompassing over 600 years of British rulers. Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2016