Roman Mosaics Discovered in Sicily

News Telegraph: Archaeologists excavating an imperial-style Roman villa near Noto, Sicily, have discovered a dazzling display of Tellaro Mosaics depicting the hunting of wild animals and stories from ancient Troy. Archaeologists working on the site of a Roman villa in Sicily have made a spectacular discovery: Tellaro Mosaics. Thought to have been created by North African artisans, the mosaics depict hunts and scenes from ancient Troy. Some of the scenes contradict Homer's account of the Trojan War from the Illiad, giving researchers new fodder for study.

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