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The Roman Palace at Fishbourne, Sussex, England has some intriguing black and white mosaics. I wanted to reproduce some of the patterns (see Fishbourne examples, which also give photos of the mosaics), so I made up a special version of the mosaic page to do it. Scroll down for instructions. You can make parts of the patterns with the standard make a mosaic page, but this lets you get more of the patterns.
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Click in the palette to choose a shape. Click on the mosaic to fill in a square.
To save your mosaic, see below, or click here (this will open in a new screen so you won't lose your pattern).
Fishbourne Roman Palace photos and patterns.
Information about Roman mosaics
Once you have created a mosaic, you can save it by copying the contents of the white box below, and pasting it into a word processor file. To bring the mosaic back again, copy and paste it back to the white box, and click on Regenerate mosaic.
© Jo Edkins 2007 - Return to Mosaic index