Mosaic floor from the atrium of the so-called "Euripus' house". The mosaic has as central theme the figure of a beardless young sea divinity in a medallion created inside a rhombus. The character and type of the representation permit him to be interpreted as personification of the Euripus (the Channel - an important area of the city) or as the Pyrrhaeus Euripus (the present Gulf of Kalloni) with its rich fisheries. The central theme is completed by the four seasons (male and female winged figures), which are represented with their special characteristics. Detail from the mosaic floor of the atrium with depiction of Winter. Mytilene. 2nd-3rd century A.D.