- Museum number
Watercolour of a mosaic from Gloucester, interlaced squares.
Reconstruction, from fragments of a scheme of four pairs of interlaced squares within a square frame. This is surrounded by a band of spaced swastika-meander with a rectangular mat of guilloche in each space. One square has a surviving motif of a flower with eight red-tipped petals.
- Production date
Length: 517 millimetres (Image)
Length: 631 millimetres (Paper)
Width: 515 millimetres (Image)
Width: 619 millimetres (Paper)
- Curator's comments
- The original mosaic dates from the fourth century AD. It was discovered in the new Market Hall site, 12-36 Eastgate Street, Gloucester, and subsequently destroyed.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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