Villa Dar Buc Ammera, a Roman villa near Lepcis Magna, is famous for its mosaics, which can be seen today in the Archaeological Museum of Tripoli. Especially fine is the Gladiator Mosaic, which shows an entire day of games.
The most famous of the mosaics of the Villa Buc Ammera is the Mosaic of the Gladiators, which consists of a set of sixteen square fields decorated with geometric designs or representations of several kinds of fish. The edge is decorated with pictures of gladiatorial contests. It was the floor of a dinner room (triclinium). It offers important evidence for the way the ancient Romans organized gladiatoral contests in the circus. read on
I was intrigued by the Musicians panel:
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