The circular mosaic depicting Queen Berenice the Second was discovered at Tel-Tamai in the Delta. The scene, its surrounding decorations, and part of the geometric frame are all that remain of this panel.
A large mosaic with a Medusa head in the center; the features are clear and well defined; the eyes are black and large with an expressive look, under clear eyebrows. She has a large nose, and thick lips. The hair is formed of scattered snakes.
The square mosaic portrays two naked men, one white and one black, wrestling. The mosaic illustrates the Alexandrian lifestyle during the first three centuries BC and is distinguished by its strong expression.