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2,300- Year-Old Shell Mosaic Discovered

Agencies – Sudan Events

Archaeologists think the house belonged to a senatorial family during the last years of Rome’s Republic.

The mosaic is over 16 feet long and covers the end wall of the banquet hall, which shaped to imitate a cave.

Archaeologists in Rome have unearthed an ornate banquet hall decorated with a brightly colored wall mosaic. The stunning room was part of an aristocratic house built around 2,300 years ago on the city’s Palatine Hill.

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