Volume 21.1

On the Cover
Detail of a fourth-century Roman mosaic, one of several found in the House of the Nymphs at Neapolis, now modern Nabeul in Tunisia. The mosaic depicts a scene from the story of the Trojan War: Chryses, a priest of Apollo, is kneeling in front of King Agamemnon, asking that the king release his captive daughter, Chryseis. The mosaic is presently housed in the Regional Archaeological Museum of Nabeul. Photo: Bruce White.