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  • English: Damnatio ad bestias. Third-century AD mosaic in the Museum of El Djem (Tunisia).Criminals, themselves made beasts by their crimes, are offered up to wild animals in the arena.
  • Français : Mosaïque au musée de Sousse, Sousse, Tunisie
  • العربية: لوحة فسيفسائية لمتحف سوسة، سوسة، تونس
Date 19 February 2007
Author Rached Msadek
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