Sketch: Shaimaa Hassanain (Gaza) Gaza
Embroidery: Mona Joudeh (Ashdod) Gaza
An embroidered image of a Roman floor mosaic, sometimes referred to as ‘The Mona Lisa of Galilee’, uncovered in the excavation of a third century Roman villa in Sepphoris, a city northwest of Nazareth. The mosaics depict scenes of daily life connected with the rites of Dionysus.
Era: Roman Period (63 BCE—325 CE)