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Roman-Byzantine Mosaic Depicting Two Birds - PF.5314
Origin: Mediterranean
Circa: 300 AD to 600 AD
Dimensions: 25.25" (64.1cm) high x 80" (203.2cm) wide
Collection: Classical
Medium: Mosaic

Additional Information: This Mosaic Has Been Reconstructed Using Ancient and Modern Materials.

Location: United States
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Standing amidst luxuriant foliage are two birds, a dove at left and a stork at right. The stork, (or possibly an egret), has bold white feathers, a small head tilted slightly upwards, and very large feet standing firmly on a branch. With very delicate coloration of alternating black and white on the wings and touches of blue and pink the dove appears about to move from its perch; watching with a keen eye its surroundings of swirling branches, leaves and flowers. - (PF.5314)


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