Roman Latrine Mosaic Uncovered in Turkey — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA—Figurative mosaics dating to the second century A.D. have been uncovered in a public toilet at the site of Antiochia ad Cragum, according to a report in Live Science. Located on Turkey’s southern coast, Antiochia ad Cragum was an important Roman commercial center. Birol Can of Uşak University in Turkey said the public toilet…

via Roman Latrine Mosaic Uncovered in Turkey — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

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