La lirica dei putti danzanti di Aquileia.
A proposito di un mosaico tardoantico con figure di eroti
This paper examines a depiction of Cupids found in a fourth-century mosaic at Aquileia in an area between the ancient forum and the harbour. Fontana argues that the mosaic, which represents a number of winged Cupids framed by a garland of flowers and leaves, could date back either to the time of the emperor Constantine (similar mosaics have been found in the palace of Constantine at Trier) o to the age of Constantius II. In either case, the mosaic and the palace to which it would have belonged are likely to constitute an exemplary sample from a period of political and economic renaissance of the town of Aquileia in late antiquity.