The intertwined ring pattern is a common pattern in ancient Roman art, symbolizing positivity, luck and good wishes (above).
|The symbols on the forehead of the children originates from Western Asia, symbolizing liberty and freedom.|
|A mosaic in which the man is holding a golden vase, symbolic of marriage.|
|The griffon, which is familiar to Mount Holyoke students, is depicted on the right, lured by a bait of a human in cage. The tiger is tricked to look into a mirror of himself.|
The ancient Sicilians are giving a three-eyes cyclos enough wine so he would fall into sleep.
|Depiction of animals|
|The Basilica, with impressive marble floor, is a common place for meeting in ancient time.|