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Crotone 4 - Classical and Roman Age

Published by Jan Migenda — 8 days ago

Blog: Super Sicily
Tags: Erasmus blog Italy, Italy, Italy

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From the Archaic and Classical Period, we can see these meandering patterns which were used on walls for decoration.

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This Roman mosaic shows a bear hunt with dogs - dangerous!

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On this red-figure vase, you can (again) see a man chasing a woman ... ah, these Greeks!

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This fragment shows a siege: The attacker challenges the defenders, of whom the second one from the right looks surprisingly bored ... like "Oh, not THIS guy again!"

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Here you can see an archeologist's lab ... no one is at work though.


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