Leptis Magna: Medusa medallion, Roman forum
Medusa, with her snake-infested hair, turned to stone anyone who gazed upon her. Romans considered her a protectress and displayed her image around important public areas, such as the forum.
Leptis Magna: Roman theater, 1st - 2nd century A.D.
The theater is one of the oldest stone theaters surviving from the Roman era and is the second largest in Africa, after Sabratha.
Qasr Libya, Cyrenaica: Byzantine mosaic of Bacchus, 6th century A.D.
This is one of a collection of well-preserved mosaics unearthed from a Byzantine basilica at Qasr ("Castle") Libya and now displayed in a museum near the site.