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Seated woman playing a kithara. From Room H of the Villa of P. Fannius Synistor at Boscoreale, ca. 40–30 B.C.; Late Republican Roman. Wall painting; fresco.

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This beautiful fresco was found in a small house northwest of the palace with richly decorated walls. It is called the House of the Frescoes. The second fresco is in the Caravanserai, a probable reception hall at the south of the palace. Some of the rooms have baths and the walls are decorated with wall paintings.

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ca. 1350 BCE. Nebamun’s Tomb Thebes; Funerary Painted Pool in the Central Garden contains tilapia, mullet and ducks. Nilotic cultures built gardens with central swimming pools. BM.

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"Wagner" chahar bagh Garden Carpet, Central Iran, Burrell Collection, Glasgow, Safavid Period, 17th c.

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Beautiful frescoes in the remains of the House of Livia, wife of Octavian.

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Kerman Tree of Life Persian Rugs

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The Spring Fresco: A Symbol of Joy from a Bronze Age Apocalypse

The Spring Fresco: A Symbol of Joy from a Bronze Age Apocalypse

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Folio from a "Baburnama" Manuscript: Mughal Ruler Babur Supervising the Creation of a Garden Date (c. 1590-1598)

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Mosaics of the Ancient World

Mosaics of the Ancient World

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