Objects in Mosaics collection
Fragment from a third century AD mosaic found in the excavations at Admiral’s Walk, St Michael’s Field, Cirencester in 1974.
Fragment from a third century AD mosaic found in excavations at Admiral’s Walk, St.
This scroll depicting a heart-shaped leaf and a bud is thought to have been found about 100 years ago at Ashcroft House in Cirencester.
This fragment shows an octagon containing a flower in a wave pattern border.
This large fragment from a geometric mosaic shows three octagons, two containing floral motifs and one with a pelta.
This fourth century AD mosaic was found in excavations at Beeches Road, Cirencester in 1971.
This mosaic was found under Dyer Street, Cirencester in 1849, inspiring the creation of the first Corinium Museum.
This fourth century AD geometric mosaic was found in the same excavations as the Hare mosaic and came from the same house.