Poseidon Mosaic, Amphipolis

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Spyros Kamilalis
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A mosaic from a chapel in the Strymon valley. This is an early Christian mosaic depicting the god Poseidon with a halo. It displays the need for a smooth transition from paganism to Christianity. 3rd Century CE. (Archaeological Museum of Amphipolis, Greece)

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