Aliza Rin has already found all of the info so I’ll just copy it to here…
The Three Graces
Between Silifke and Mersin there is the little fishing village Narlikuyu. It is on the 20th km of Silifke – Mersin highway.
Narlikuyu is famous with a bath remaining near the seashore. This bath was built by Poimenius in the 4th century during the Roman period. You can see beautiful mosaics on the floor of bath. The tiny museum displays that beautiful Roman mosaic. In this mosaic there are three naked girls dancing with partridges and doves. Those three girls are semi-god semi-human daughters of Zeus. The mosaic represents the “Three Graces” with the goddesses Aglaia(Grace), Euphrosyne(Merriment), and Thalia(Charm).
According to the inscription it was presented by governor of the Prince’ Islands, Poimenios, who controlled the flow of water from spring and built a bath here.
There’s a nice little photoset on flickr featuring lights and lamps made by Andrea Mendes.
These little mosaic votives look like they could be made reasonably easily. A bit of stained glass…
The Armory Art Center is recruiting young people to help with the WallTogether project which will attack the big blank wall at the Kaplan Sculpture building in West Palm Beach.
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