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Image Ref: Malta 9780

Roman Domus mosaic in Mdina Malta

The remains found in this villa suggest that it must have belonged to a senior Roman figure.

Built in around 50 AD. the villa was discovered in 1881.

The site that you see today was built in the 1920’s to incorporate the remains of the Roman villa/townhouse.

The highlight of the Roman Domus in Mdina is the original peristyle court. Its mosaic floor has an image of two birds perched on a water bowl.

Other relics include pottery fragments. oil lamps. sculptures and amphorae. All this help make the Roman Villa. one of the most visited attractions in Malta.

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A4 210 x 297 (8.3 x 11.7) 19.00
A3 297 x 420 (11.7 x 16.5) 24.00
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Please Note, in the unusual situation, where the image is not the same shape as the printed media, the image will be printed on the media without cropping. As a result there may be a white boarder on one or mare sides.