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English: This is a mosaic from Johannisstraße, Trier dating to the early third century AD, showing the Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher Anaximander of Miletus holding a sundial.
Date Early third century AD
Author ancient Roman mosaic artist from the early third century AD
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