Eric Meyers/courtesy of the Joint Sepphoris Project

One of the mosaic panels from the triclinium of the villa, depicting a drinking contest between Dionysus and the hero Heracles. A drunken Heracles, his club set aside, requires the assistance of two followers of Dionysus, a maenad and a satyr. Above the head of the satyr is the Greek word methe (drunkenness).