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it is persumed that it was the dining – room (triclinium) of the villa. Dining was the defining ritual in Roman domestic life, lasting from late afternoon through late at night. The hosts and guests would recline on pillows while feasting. They were arranged in a prescribed seating order to emphasize divisions in status and relative closeness to the dominus. The mosaic was made from white and black small stones. It has geometric and floral parts. The base of the central figure is sifx– leaf rosseta surrounded by sun-motif. Each corner has calamar finishing with wine-leaf.


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Prethodni članakIV Room
Sljedeći članakVI Room