The Tetovo Maenad is a bronze figurine, an archeological discovery, unearthed in a rich grave discovered in Tetovo and constructed in the last decades of VI century B.C. The figurine represents a character playing and dancing with her partner, a satire, in honour of the cult of the god Dionysis. It represents the artistic expression of the beginnings of the ancient era in Macedonia.
Mosaic - Heraklea Linkestis - Cerberus tied to fig tree, VI century.
This mosaic taken from the floor of the Nartex in the Great Basilica in Heraklea represents the Christian Universe. The landscape is depicted by trees laden with fruit, around which birds are flying and between which are animals and bushes in flower. Cerberus the Dog is tied to the fig tree, representing the watcher of Heaven.
Watermark registered threedimensional watermark bearing image of "Tetovo Maenad" (a figurine of a dancer from VI century B.C., discovered in the Tetovo region).