Before leaving the museum, take a moment to admire the mosaics. They were extracted from a late 5th century church in the nearby town of Delphi. The flooring is visible below a protective wall outside of the museum. This section was probably in the center of the nave. Among the design elements are peacocks, eagles and a leopard eating a deer. There are also two figures (of the original four) representing the seasons. The one in the left corner holding a basket represents the autumn harvest.