On Friday 14th we went to Morgantina, a Sicel settlement in inland Sicily — we had moved the day forward about 2 weeks to avoid bad weather, but in the event, it was another glorious day. More pictures of the site are to the right, but the mosaics were looking fine. The fillet mosaic in the House of Ganymede was being cleaned, so we got a nice look; the guilloche and wave borders are from the House of the Arched Cistern:




We were joined during our lunch in the theater by some dogs:


The did not, however, follow us to the Archaic citadel, where we examined the four-room house where the Euthymides Crater in the local museum was discovered, and saw numerous sherds of Siculo-Geometric and Greek imports, some with painted lines:


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