Trilobed mosaic representing a rural farm: The Master’s House

Dating: IV century A.D. 
Origin: Tabarka
Materials: Limestone, marble

A mosaic panel representing a villa located in the centre of a large garden with fruit trees and a pool where geese, ducks, pheasants, and even pigeons evolve. The house is a multi-storey edifice flanked by two high corner towers related to each other by an arcaded portico. Like any other actual Mediterranean traditional house, this house is designed around a central courtyard which is accessed by an arched portal.