Roman mosaic of the Triumph of Bacchus. Detail. It depicts the God on a chariot pulled by two tigers, next to a winged Victory and a Satyr. The procession is headed by a dancing Maenad (only partially preserved), followed by Pan with the nebris, guiding the beasts by pulling on the reins. Next to the tigers, a Maenad with an ivy crown and a torch and a girl. 2nd century AD. Marble. From Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain). National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain.

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Roman mosaic of the Triumph of Bacchus. Detail. It depicts the God on a chariot pulled by two tigers, next to a winged Victory and a Satyr. The procession is headed by a dancing Maenad (only partially preserved), followed by Pan with the nebris, guiding the beasts by pulling on the reins. Next to the tigers, a Maenad with an ivy crown and a torch and a girl. 2nd century AD. Marble. From Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain). National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain.

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Image ID: T734TR