The History 0f Mosaic

People will not be unfamiliar with the Mosaic, as early as the early 1980s, many families laid toilet walls and ground materials. Mosaic is one of the oldest known decorative arts. It is a pattern created using small tiles or small ceramic tiles. In modern times, Mosaic is more of a kind of ceramic tile.
Early Greece: the most commonly used Mosaic of black and white to match each other. Only the authoritative ruler and the rich and rich can afford to be artisans and purchase materials to express this luxurious art.
Late Greece: artists enrich their work in a more diversified way, and they start to need smaller pieces of gravel and cut small stones themselves to complete a Mosaic.
Roman period: mosaics have been developed widely, and the floors and walls of general homes and public buildings are decorated with it.
The golden age of mosaics came from early christians who came to Rome and were persecuted and could only party in the basement and other passageways. Since most people are illiterate, the walls of these basements have glass Mosaic frescoes describing Jesus Christ’s story.