Basilica of Justinian

Craig Hender

Willyaroo, Australia

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This is the mosaic from the floor of the church commonly called the “Basilica of Justinian” from a reference in Book VI of Procopius of Caesarea’s De aedifciis (on the buildings of Justinian). It was carefully removed and placed here into the site Mueseum. The central mosic is a Christian allegory of the soul. it begins in an acanthus from which vine branches spread out and aloft, intersecting four times in the centre to form four ellipses.
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