Algeria has issued two stamps on Roman mosaics.The stamps feature hunting scene mosaic and muses mosaic. The Hunting scene mosaic (IV century) was found in Tenes and stored at the National Museum of Antiquities in Algiers. Its dimensions are 2.34 m x 2m. It shows a hunter with a spear, accompanied by his dog and fighting with a lion. The Muses mosaic is composed of nine medallions; it is 9.23m long by 4.5 m wide. This mosaic has benefited from restoration work and is exposed at the old museum of Cherchell. In mythology, the Muses are the goddesses of art, each representing a particular art: history, music, poetry, comedy, tragedy, dance, elegy, astronomy and eloquence.