• Land Rover Defender amongst the Sahara sand dunes of erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa
  • Sahara parabolic sand dunes of erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa
  • Camels rides amongst the Sahara sand dunes of erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa
  • Camels rides amongst the Sahara sand dunes of erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa
  • Camels amongst the Sahara sand dunes of erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa
  • Camels amongst the Sahara sand dunes of erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa
  • Land Rover Defender amongst the Sahara sand dunes of erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa
  • Camel rides on the Sahara sand dunes of erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa
  • 6th century Inscription of the great hall of the synagogue of Nam-Ham-mam-Lif in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, present day Tunisia. The mosaic floor of the vestibule (porticus) was an offering from Asterius son of Rusticus, the Head of the Jewish community who was working in the Naro jewellers trade. The mosaic reads in Latin  "Asterius, filius Rustici, arcosinagogi, margaritari, (de d(onis) dei partemporticites-selavit".  The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia.  Against a white background.<br />
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The so called synagogue of Naro (Hammam-Lif, Tunisia), discovered in 1883, is a square buil-ding (20 by 20 m), consisting of several rooms and hallways communicating with an inner courtyard. The plan is inspired by traditional domestic architecture of Roman Africa. The room, dedicated to religious ceremonies, was paved with a magnificent mosaic of several figured panels with an iconography highlighting Judaeo-Christian concepts, attesting a proselyte attitude addressing a local Judaic community, who was very active between the late fifth c. and the early sixth century AD.
  • 6th century Inscription of the great hall of the synagogue of Nam-Ham-mam-Lif in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, present day Tunisia. The mosaic floor of the vestibule (porticus) was an offering from Asterius son of Rusticus, the Head of the Jewish community who was working in the Naro jewellers trade. The mosaic reads in Latin  "Asterius, filius Rustici, arcosinagogi, margaritari, (de d(onis) dei partemporticites-selavit".  The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia.  Against a black background.<br />
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The so called synagogue of Naro (Hammam-Lif, Tunisia), discovered in 1883, is a square buil-ding (20 by 20 m), consisting of several rooms and hallways communicating with an inner courtyard. The plan is inspired by traditional domestic architecture of Roman Africa. The room, dedicated to religious ceremonies, was paved with a magnificent mosaic of several figured panels with an iconography highlighting Judaeo-Christian concepts, attesting a proselyte attitude addressing a local Judaic community, who was very active between the late fifth c. and the early sixth century AD.
  • 6th century Inscription of the great hall of the synagogue of Nam-Ham-mam-Lif in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, present day Tunisia. The mosaic floor of the vestibule (porticus) was an offering from Asterius son of Rusticus, the Head of the Jewish community who was working in the Naro jewellers trade. The mosaic reads in Latin  "Asterius, filius Rustici, arcosinagogi, margaritari, (de d(onis) dei partemporticites-selavit".  The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia.   Against a grey background.<br />
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The so called synagogue of Naro (Hammam-Lif, Tunisia), discovered in 1883, is a square buil-ding (20 by 20 m), consisting of several rooms and hallways communicating with an inner courtyard. The plan is inspired by traditional domestic architecture of Roman Africa. The room, dedicated to religious ceremonies, was paved with a magnificent mosaic of several figured panels with an iconography highlighting Judaeo-Christian concepts, attesting a proselyte attitude addressing a local Judaic community, who was very active between the late fifth c. and the early sixth century AD.
  • 6th century Inscription of the great hall of the synagogue of Nam-Ham-mam-Lif in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, present day Tunisia. The mosaic floor of the vestibule (porticus) was an offering from Asterius son of Rusticus, the Head of the Jewish community who was working in the Naro jewellers trade. The mosaic reads in Latin  "Asterius, filius Rustici, arcosinagogi, margaritari, (de d(onis) dei partemporticites-selavit".  The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia<br />
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The so called synagogue of Naro (Hammam-Lif, Tunisia), discovered in 1883, is a square buil-ding (20 by 20 m), consisting of several rooms and hallways communicating with an inner courtyard. The plan is inspired by traditional domestic architecture of Roman Africa. The room, dedicated to religious ceremonies, was paved with a magnificent mosaic of several figured panels with an iconography highlighting Judaeo-Christian concepts, attesting a proselyte attitude addressing a local Judaic community, who was very active between the late fifth c. and the early sixth century AD.
  • 6th century Inscription of the great hall of the synagogue of Nam-Ham-mam-Lif in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, present day Tunisia. The mosaic floor of the vestibule (porticus) was an offering from Asterius son of Rusticus, the Head of the Jewish community who was working in the Naro jewellers trade. The mosaic reads in Latin  "Asterius, filius Rustici, arcosinagogi, margaritari, (de d(onis) dei partemporticites-selavit".  The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia. Against a grey art background.<br />
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The so called synagogue of Naro (Hammam-Lif, Tunisia), discovered in 1883, is a square buil-ding (20 by 20 m), consisting of several rooms and hallways communicating with an inner courtyard. The plan is inspired by traditional domestic architecture of Roman Africa. The room, dedicated to religious ceremonies, was paved with a magnificent mosaic of several figured panels with an iconography highlighting Judaeo-Christian concepts, attesting a proselyte attitude addressing a local Judaic community, who was very active between the late fifth c. and the early sixth century AD.
  • Second century Roman Christian funerary stele for 3 dead people from Africa Proconsularis. The stele depicts the deceased:  Fausata who died age 75, a man who died age 70 and a child who died age 2 years 6 months. From the first half of the second century AD from the region of Bou Arada in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a white background.
  • Second century Roman Christian funerary stele for 3 dead people from Africa Proconsularis. The stele depicts the deceased:  Fausata who died age 75, a man who died age 70 and a child who died age 2 years 6 months. From the first half of the second century AD from the region of Bou Arada in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.   Against a grey background.
  • Second century Roman Christian funerary stele for 3 dead people from Africa Proconsularis. The stele depicts the deceased:  Fausata who died age 75, a man who died age 70 and a child who died age 2 years 6 months. From the first half of the second century AD from the region of Bou Arada in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a black background.
  • Second century Roman Christian funerary stele for 3 dead people from Africa Proconsularis. The stele depicts the deceased:  Fausata who died age 75, a man who died age 70 and a child who died age 2 years 6 months. From the first half of the second century AD from the region of Bou Arada in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Second century Roman Christian funerary stele for 3 dead people from Africa Proconsularis. The stele depicts the deceased:  Fausata who died age 75, a man who died age 70 and a child who died age 2 years 6 months. From the first half of the second century AD from the region of Bou Arada in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. Against a grey art background.
  • Second century AD Roman funerary Stele dedicated to Caipenniae Victoriae from  Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia .  Against a white background.
  • Second century AD Roman funerary Stele dedicated to Caipenniae Victoriae from  Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia .  Against a black background.
  • Second century AD Roman funerary Stele dedicated to Caipenniae Victoriae from  Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia
  • Second century AD Roman funerary Stele dedicated to Caipenniae Victoriae from  Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia .   Against a grey background.
  • Second century AD Roman funerary Stele dedicated to Caipenniae Victoriae from  Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia . Against a grey art background.
  • 5th century Eastern Roman Byzantine   funerary mosaic from Tarbaka in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia, with a crown at the top probably a Christogram  (Latin Monogramma Christi ) is a monogram used as an abbreviation for the name of Jesus Christ, with a figure below and a latin text for the deceased " Covuldeus in peace". Either side of the figure are a lit candle which symbolises eternal faith. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia.  Against a white background.<br />
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Christian burial grounds The ingenuity and expertise of mosaic schools, particularly those operating in Proconsular Africa and By-zacena, led to the dissemination of a mosaic trend which was very well tailored to the needs of a Christian clientele, who was authorised by the Church to use the basilica area and its ancillaries for burial, particularly in the sacred spaces such as the baptistery and the choir.
  • 5th century Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Tarbaka in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia, with a crown at the top probably a Christogram  (Latin Monogramma Christi ) is a monogram used as an abbreviation for the name of Jesus Christ, with a figure below and a latin text for the deceased " Covuldeus in peace". Either side of the figure are a lit candle which symbolises eternal faith. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia.<br />
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Christian burial grounds The ingenuity and expertise of mosaic schools, particularly those operating in Proconsular Africa and By-zacena, led to the dissemination of a mosaic trend which was very well tailored to the needs of a Christian clientele, who was authorised by the Church to use the basilica area and its ancillaries for burial, particularly in the sacred spaces such as the baptistery and the choir.
  • 5th century Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Tarbaka in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia, with a crown at the top probably a Christogram  (Latin Monogramma Christi ) is a monogram used as an abbreviation for the name of Jesus Christ, with a figure below and a latin text for the deceased " Covuldeus in peace". Either side of the figure are a lit candle which symbolises eternal faith. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia.   Against a grey background.<br />
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Christian burial grounds The ingenuity and expertise of mosaic schools, particularly those operating in Proconsular Africa and By-zacena, led to the dissemination of a mosaic trend which was very well tailored to the needs of a Christian clientele, who was authorised by the Church to use the basilica area and its ancillaries for burial, particularly in the sacred spaces such as the baptistery and the choir.
  • 5th century Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Tarbaka in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia, with a crown at the top probably a Christogram  (Latin Monogramma Christi ) is a monogram used as an abbreviation for the name of Jesus Christ, with a figure below and a latin text for the deceased " Covuldeus in peace". Either side of the figure are a lit candle which symbolises eternal faith. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia.<br />
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Christian burial grounds The ingenuity and expertise of mosaic schools, particularly those operating in Proconsular Africa and By-zacena, led to the dissemination of a mosaic trend which was very well tailored to the needs of a Christian clientele, who was authorised by the Church to use the basilica area and its ancillaries for burial, particularly in the sacred spaces such as the baptistery and the choir.
  • 5th century Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Tarbaka in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia, with a crown at the top probably a Christogram  (Latin Monogramma Christi ) is a monogram used as an abbreviation for the name of Jesus Christ, with a figure below and a latin text for the deceased " Covuldeus in peace". Either side of the figure are a lit candle which symbolises eternal faith. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis Tunisia. Against a grey art background.<br />
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Christian burial grounds The ingenuity and expertise of mosaic schools, particularly those operating in Proconsular Africa and By-zacena, led to the dissemination of a mosaic trend which was very well tailored to the needs of a Christian clientele, who was authorised by the Church to use the basilica area and its ancillaries for burial, particularly in the sacred spaces such as the baptistery and the choir.
  • A waterfall amongst the date palms of the Sahara desert oasis of Mides, Tunisia, North Africa
  • The date palms of the Sahara desert oasis of Mides, Tunisia, North Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • A waterfall amongst the date palms of the Sahara desert oasis of Mides, Tunisia, North Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • A waterfall amongst the date palms of the Sahara desert oasis of Mides, Tunisia, North Africa
  • The date palms of the Sahara desert oasis of Mides, Tunisia, North Africa
  • A waterfall amongst the date palms of the Sahara desert oasis of Mides, Tunisia, North Africa
  • The date palms of the Sahara desert oasis of Mides, Tunisia, North Africa
  • The date palms of the Sahara desert oasis of Mides, Tunisia, North Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • The Sahara desert sand dunes of Erg Oriental near the oasis of Ksar Ghilane, Tunisia, Africa
  • Karamajong girl and her baby removing sunflower seed from a sunflower head . Karamoja Uganda Africa
  • Second century Roman funerary stele dedicated to Anninia Laeta from the cemetery of Thuburbo Majus a city of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum , Tunis, Tunisia. Against a grey art background.
  • Second century Roman funerary stele dedicated to Anninia Laeta from the cemetery of Thuburbo Majus a city of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum , Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Fifth Century Christian Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Mezghani Christian necropolis mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sfax) dedicated to Priscianus. Above the memorial text is the Constantinian monogram depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). The layout of the mosaic is typical of those excavated in the Sfax region from this period.<br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.   Against a grey background.
  • Fifth Century Christian Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Mezghani Christian necropolis mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sfax) dedicated to Priscianus. Above the memorial text is the Constantinian monogram depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). The layout of the mosaic is typical of those excavated in the Sfax region from this period.<br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. Against a grey art background.
  • Fifth century Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian funerary mosaic from Leptis Minus-Lemto in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sehel Region) dedicated to Cresconius, depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). <br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Fifth century AD Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian  funerary mosaic of of a little girl The fragmentary inscription is at the top: (name of the deceased) who lived 4 years 11 months, 3 days 7 hours. The deceased is featured in a praying attitude, wearing an embroidered dalmatic. A monogrammed cross and a lit candle accompany the funerary idealised portrait. <br />
Christian necropolis of the Mezghani mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis  (present day Sfax, Tunisia) Fifth c. A.D. <br />
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The Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia
  • Fifth century AD Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian  funerary mosaic of of a little girl The fragmentary inscription is at the top: (name of the deceased) who lived 4 years 11 months, 3 days 7 hours. The deceased is featured in a praying attitude, wearing an embroidered dalmatic. A monogrammed cross and a lit candle accompany the funerary idealised portrait. <br />
Christian necropolis of the Mezghani mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis  (present day Sfax, Tunisia) Fifth c. A.D. <br />
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The Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia. Against a grey art background.
  • Fifth century Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian terracotta candle holder for 12 candles from a church in Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a white background.
  • Fifth century Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian terracotta candle holder for 12 candles from a church in Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.   Against a grey background.
  • Detail of a second century Roman funerary stele dedicated to Anninia Laeta from the cemetery of Thuburbo Majus a city of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum , Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Second century Roman funerary stele dedicated to Anninia Laeta from the cemetery of Thuburbo Majus a city of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum , Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a white background.
  • Second century Roman funerary stele dedicated to Anninia Laeta from the cemetery of Thuburbo Majus a city of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum , Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a black background.
  • Second century Roman funerary stele dedicated to Anninia Laeta from the cemetery of Thuburbo Majus a city of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, in present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum , Tunis, Tunisia.   Against a grey background.
  • Fifth Century Christian Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Mezghani Christian necropolis mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sfax) dedicated to Priscianus. Above the memorial text is the Constantinian monogram depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). The layout of the mosaic is typical of those excavated in the Sfax region from this period.<br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a white background.
  • Fifth Century Christian Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Mezghani Christian necropolis mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sfax) dedicated to Priscianus. Above the memorial text is the Constantinian monogram depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). The layout of the mosaic is typical of those excavated in the Sfax region from this period.<br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a black background.
  • Fifth Century Christian Eastern Roman Byzantine  funerary mosaic from Mezghani Christian necropolis mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sfax) dedicated to Priscianus. Above the memorial text is the Constantinian monogram depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). The layout of the mosaic is typical of those excavated in the Sfax region from this period.<br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Fifth century Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian funerary mosaic from Leptis Minus-Lemto in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sehel Region) dedicated to Cresconius, depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). <br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a black background.
  • Fifth century Roman Christian funerary mosaic from Leptis Minus-Lemto in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sehel Region) dedicated to Cresconius, depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). <br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.   Against a grey background.
  • Fifth century Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian funerary mosaic from Leptis Minus-Lemto in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis , (Tunisian Sehel Region) dedicated to Cresconius, depicting the Christian Chi-Rho symbol used by the Roman emperor Constantine I as part of his military standard (vexillum). <br />
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The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Fifth century AD Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian  funerary mosaic of of a little girl The fragmentary inscription is at the top: (name of the deceased) who lived 4 years 11 months, 3 days 7 hours. The deceased is featured in a praying attitude, wearing an embroidered dalmatic. A monogrammed cross and a lit candle accompany the funerary idealised portrait. <br />
Christian necropolis of the Mezghani mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis  (present day Sfax, Tunisia) Fifth c. A.D. <br />
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The Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a white background.
  • Detail of a fifth century AD Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian  funerary mosaic of of a little girl The fragmentary inscription is at the top: (name of the deceased) who lived 4 years 11 months, 3 days 7 hours. The deceased is featured in a praying attitude, wearing an embroidered dalmatic. A monogrammed cross and a lit candle accompany the funerary idealised portrait. <br />
Christian necropolis of the Mezghani mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis  (present day Sfax, Tunisia) Fifth c. A.D. <br />
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The Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia
  • Fifth century AD Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian  funerary mosaic of of a little girl The fragmentary inscription is at the top: (name of the deceased) who lived 4 years 11 months, 3 days 7 hours. The deceased is featured in a praying attitude, wearing an embroidered dalmatic. A monogrammed cross and a lit candle accompany the funerary idealised portrait. <br />
Christian necropolis of the Mezghani mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis  (present day Sfax, Tunisia) Fifth c. A.D. <br />
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The Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a black background.
  • Fifth century AD Roman Christian  funerary mosaic of of a little girl The fragmentary inscription is at the top: (name of the deceased) who lived 4 years 11 months, 3 days 7 hours. The deceased is featured in a praying attitude, wearing an embroidered dalmatic. A monogrammed cross and a lit candle accompany the funerary idealised portrait. <br />
Christian necropolis of the Mezghani mounds in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis  (present day Sfax, Tunisia) Fifth c. A.D. <br />
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The Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia.   Against a grey background.
  • 5th century AD Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian  funerary mosaic of Crescentia from Tharbarka western Necropolis in the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, present day Tunisia. The funerary portrait depicts a young girl, Crescentia, dressed in a dalmatic tunic with vertical stripes, pulled in at the waist by a belt , with a necklace around her neck. Today the dalmatic is a long wide-sleeved tunic, which still serves as a liturgical vestment in the Roman Catholic church. To the right side of Crescentia is a lit candle which symbolises eternal faith. <br />
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The Bardo National Museum Tunis, Tunisia
  • Fifth century Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian terracotta candle holder for 12 candles from a church in Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.  Against a black background.
  • Fifth century Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian terracotta candle holder for 12 candles from a church in Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Fifth century Eastern Roman Byzantine  Christian terracotta candle holder for 12 candles from a church in Africa Proconsularis , present day Tunisia. The Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. Against a grey art background.
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Bab Mansour gate, named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732. The design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. It has zellij mosaics and the marble columns were taken from the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Meknes, Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Bab Mansour gate, named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732. The design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. It has zellij mosaics and the marble columns were taken from the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Meknes, Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Bab Mansour gate, named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732. The design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. It has zellij mosaics and the marble columns were taken from the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Meknes, Morocco
  • Bab Mansour gate, named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732. The design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. It has zellij mosaics and the marble columns were taken from the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Meknes, Morocco
  • Bab Mansour gate, named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732. The design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. It has zellij mosaics and the marble columns were taken from the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Meknes, Morocco
  • Bab Mansour gate, named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732. The design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. It has zellij mosaics and the marble columns were taken from the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Meknes, Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Zellij mosaics and arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Bab Mansour gate. Named after the architect, El-Mansour, completed in 1732 the design of the gate plays with Almohad patterns. Meknes Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish painted panels of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish painted panels of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish painted panels of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish painted panels of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish painted panels of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish painted panels of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork column capitals of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork column capitals of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish architecture of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish architecture of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork and zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork and zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork and zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork and zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork and zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork and zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork and zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork and zellij mosaics of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork column capitals and zellij tiles of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork column capitals and zellij tiles of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork column capitals and zellij tiles of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish painted door panel of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork column capitals and zellij tiles of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork column capitals and zellij tiles of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Moorish Arabesque Gate in the city walls of Meknes with zellij mosaics, Morocco
  • Arabesque Moorish plasterwork column capitals and zellij tiles of the Dar Jamai Museum  a typical dwellings of high Moroccan bourgeoisie at the end of XIX century. located in the old Medina built by Mohamed Ben Larbi Jamai grend vizier of Sultan Moulay Hassan (1873-1894). Meknes, Morocco
  • Moorish Arabesque Gate in the city walls of Meknes with zellij mosaics, Morocco
  • Moorish Arabesque Gate in the city walls of Meknes with zellij mosaics, Morocco
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Traditional Berber designed painted door panels in the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Arabesque Berber tiled niche of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the 17th century Berber Pavillion of the Ambassadors built Sultan Moulay Ismail.   A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the 17th century Berber Pavillion of the Ambassadors built Sultan Moulay Ismail.   A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the 17th century Berber Pavillion of the Ambassadors built Sultan Moulay Ismail.   A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Decorated Arabesque Berber  and entrance to the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Decorated Arabesque Berber  and entrance to the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • The 17th century Berber Pavillion of the Ambassadeurs built Sultan Moulay Ismail.   A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Decorated Arabesque Berber  and entrance to the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • The Arabesque entrance of the 17th century Berber Pavillion of the Ambassadors built Sultan Moulay Ismail.   A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Decorated Arabesque Berber  and entrance to the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Decorated Arabesque Bereber archway next to the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Decorated Arabesque Bereber archway next to the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Decorated Arabesque Bereber archway next to the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Inner fountain courtyard with Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Traditional Berber designed painted door panels in the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Berber Mocarabe Honeycomb work plaster decorations and Berber design tiles of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Interior courtyard of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Interior courtyard of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Interior courtyard of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Interior courtyard of the Mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Entrance to the mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Entrance to the mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Entrance to the mauseleum of Moulay Ismaïl Ibn Sharif , reigned 1672–1727. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Wool dealers on the edge of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Wool dealers on the edge of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Internet Cafe in the the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque doorway of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Moorish Arabesque arches and undergrround walkways of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site .Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco.
  • Tiled Arabesuqe Berber street fountain wells of the Medina. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Meknes, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco

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Picture The Past

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FunkyStock Picture Library free resource for professional editorial picture editors, picture researchers, historical scholars and students and enthusiasts who want to browse some of the best pictures and images of historic countries, historical places, archaeological sites and the very best museum antiquities and artefacts exhibits in Europe and the Middle East.

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COUNTRIES

Browse travel pictures and images of historic places and archaeological sites of countries in Europe and the Middle East.

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HISTORICAL

Explore the past through pictures and images of its historic places. See the great palaces, castles and cities of antiquity as well as the great archaeological sites where our ancestors made history.

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MUSEUMS

Browse pictures & images the treasured artefacts and antiquities exhibits from the great Museum of Europe and the Middle East. See the art and objects made by our ancestors.

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