Ancient Roman Mosaic Floor Made Public in Caesarea

The extraordinary mosaic depicts men in togas, was damaged while being restored 1,500 years ago

The discovery of a 1,800-year-old mosaic floor in the ancient Roman port city of Caesarea south of Haifa was made public by the Israel Antiquities Authority on Thursday. The mosaic, which measures three meters.../p>

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