Stone relief of a pheasant eating grapes from a vine, 4th century AD, originally from the ancient Greek Illyrian site of Apollonia in Fier, from the National Museum of Medieval Art, Korce, Albania. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Stone relief of a pheasant eating grapes from a vine, 4th century AD, originally from the ancient Greek Illyrian site of Apollonia in Fier, from the National Museum of Medieval Art, Korce, Albania. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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